In an effort to provide people with fun, and different, activities to do while on coronavirus lockdown, these gorgeous gardens are available to be explored – virtually.
As people are still unable to leave homes, stunning botanical gardens from the English countryside to Chicago, Hawaii and France are opening their gates and letting people experience their all-natural, stunning beauty through virtual tours, a great way to spend the Easter holidays.
As the ongoing coronavirus lockdown self-isolation and social distancing protocols continue, a number of national and international organisations are helping to provide fun activities to do to help pass the time.
And for those craving lush greenery and botanical blooms, a host of national gardens are being made available to explore online – perfect for when you are struggling for things to do this Easter.
Some of the virtual botanical garden tours on offer to visit are the Waddesdon Manor, Claude Monet’s garden, the Chicago Botanic gardens, Hawaii Tropical Botanical gardens, Kew Gardens, plus a host of others stunning gardens.
To take a tour of the gardens visit each botanical garden website for more information.