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Bluey experience coming to Kew Gardens

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Popular children’s IP Bluey is coming to London’s Kew Gardens, with an interactive trail inspired by the show to appear during the Easter school holidays.

Set inside the grounds of the British botanical garden, families will be invited to visit a Bluey play zone, where they can interact with 3D installations and family-friendly activities.

Alongside, educational panels will inform visitors about plants and wildlife native to Australia, while a costumed Bluey character will appear over the two-week run.

“Bluey at Kew is a highlight of this year’s springtime family offer and we’re delighted to bring the hit sensation to life,” said Paul Denton, head of Visitor Programmes and Exhibitions at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

“Visitors can look forward to a unique experience set within the spring blossom and some of the most picturesque parts of the Gardens. Bluey promises to be an exciting adventure that will leave families with cherished memories for a very long time.”

The Bluey trail opens March 29 and will run to April 14. A similar experience will also take place a Wakehurst - Kew Gardens in Sussex from March 27 to April 14.


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Bluey experience coming to Kew Gardens

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Popular children’s IP Bluey is coming to London’s Kew Gardens, with an interactive trail inspired by the show to appear during the Easter school holidays.

Set inside the grounds of the British botanical garden, families will be invited to visit a Bluey play zone, where they can interact with 3D installations and family-friendly activities.

Alongside, educational panels will inform visitors about plants and wildlife native to Australia, while a costumed Bluey character will appear over the two-week run.

“Bluey at Kew is a highlight of this year’s springtime family offer and we’re delighted to bring the hit sensation to life,” said Paul Denton, head of Visitor Programmes and Exhibitions at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

“Visitors can look forward to a unique experience set within the spring blossom and some of the most picturesque parts of the Gardens. Bluey promises to be an exciting adventure that will leave families with cherished memories for a very long time.”

The Bluey trail opens March 29 and will run to April 14. A similar experience will also take place a Wakehurst - Kew Gardens in Sussex from March 27 to April 14.


 



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