Kew Guide 2023
The guide informs readers about the long-standing history of Kew as both a botanic garden and a research facility at the forefront of international scientific discovery and conservation.
Author: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 144pp. 200 colour photographs. 200 x 200mm. Paperback, ISBN 9781842467862, Kew Publishing 2023.
This beautiful guide is a must have for visitors to Kew, with captivating text accompanied by stunning photography throughout. Make the most of your visit to Kew with this guide and discover the Gardens' landscapes, plants and trees, stunning contemporary and historical architecture, and the historic and modern role of Kew. This valuable guide is not only an ideal companion when visiting the Gardens, but also a wonderful souvenir keepsake. With fold out map, top ten attractions and behind the scenes activity.
With a foreword from the Director of Kew, Richard Deverell, the Kew Guide welcomes visitors to the stunning Gardens at Kew. The guide informs readers about the long-standing history of Kew as both a botanic garden and a research facility at the forefront of international scientific discovery and conservation.
Split into seven sections, Kew Guide covers Kew’s history, its plants, trees, art, architecture and changing landscape. It also looks forward, outlining Kew’s role in understanding and protecting plants and fungi for the wellbeing of people and the future of all life on Earth. Each section includes beautiful photography of the gardens, art and artefacts at Kew alongside botanic illustrations and architectural plans.
Kew Guide works to enhance the visitor’s experience, providing them with in-depth knowledge of Kew’s legacy and ongoing projects to preserve plants and fungi from across the globe.