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Parks und Natur in Brentford

Erstklassige Parks

Botanical Garden
“Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a non-departmental public body in the United Kingdom sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. An internationally important botanical research and education institution, it employs 1,100 staff. Its board of trustees is chaired by Dame Amelia Fawcett.”
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“A local park, with a wonderful museum (local artefacts), a pond, play area. ”
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“The smallest and most private of the English royal palaces, Kew was the royal family's favourite country retreat in the late 18th century.”
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“Closest parkland, home of the Duke of Northumberland, 139 acreas of Capability Brown landscaped gardens adjacent to the River Thames. Access is mostly free but you pay to enter the inner gardens which are fabulous. The garden centre is also impressive for that special gift.”
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“Home to Boston Manor, which has a nice museum of the old mansion that the Lord used to live in in the 19th century. It is a very beautiful park and also has one of the oldest trees in the UK in the centre too.”
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“Syon park is host to syon castle and a huge array of nature and scenic fields. Lots of activities to do from Snakes and Ladders amusement park for kids, to the spa's they have, to the animals present there.”
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“Kew Green is a traditional village green near the river. It has a duck pond which is thought to have been a horse pond used by the royal visitors when they came to Kew. The impressive building of St Anne’s dominates the green and is the burial place of several artists and important botanists. But most importantly, it is the burial place of the great English artist Thomas Gainsborough who received several royal commissions from King George III. Cricket is still played on the green in summer, and here it is still possible to gain a sense of Kew as a bustling village rather than part of the London suburbs.”
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