Today was a typical Sunday in London, very cold and rainy although we didn’t get discouraged and went out to explore London a bit more.
Being a great plants’ and flowers’ fan I am easily attracted to beautiful gardens and parks. So after some research I’ve discovered that in the centre of London we have a beautiful indoor garden located at Barbican Conservatory. There you can find a mixture of tropical plants, trees, fishes and in case you get hungry there is also served an Afternoon Tea which I unfortunately didn’t have appetite to taste, but got the chance to see and it looked really delicious!
In case you got curious about this venue, take into account that it is only open on specific dates so you should check on the website the next opening dates. The entrance is free and the visit takes about one hour if you get distracted with the gorgeous plants and don’t resist to take some cool photos.
It was a nice Sunday program, specially since it was raining and this place is totally indoors, it felt good to reconnect with nature and find some plants I used to have at home but now due to space restrictions I can’t have anymore.