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the First Day of Christmas My True Love Said to Me: I Hear You Can Get Into Kew Gardens Completely Free! And that’s the deal, 12 whole days of free entry to experience festive delights galore this winter at Kew. Santa’s grotto, enchanting winter tree tours, magical storytelling sessions, vintage carousel rides and Christmas bloody carols. Oh it all sounds like a fairy tale.

We hear in the Winter garden you can take a look inside the 18th-century Ice-House and there’s spectacular sculptures from David Nash and his ‘A Natural Gallery’ exhibition. Then there is the frost laced Grass Garden, the Winter Garden an Holly Walk a historic collection of trees, some of which are over 130 years old. Guaranteed to make even the most anti Christmas person feel a little jolly.

Simply book your tickets online for free entry during the 12 days of Christmas – 22 December 2012 to 4 January 2013. Online booking opens on 17 December 2012