Kew Jumpers

It is difficult to believe that it is seven years since we installed our amazing TreeHouse Towers feature at Kew Gardens alongside its Climbers and Creepers botanical zone.

I had the pleasure of attending Kew’s Christmas Lights parade this festive season and was delighted to see how good the area looked and discover how popular it still is.

Treehouse Towers was always more than just a standard play area. It also works towards educating children about why trees matter and how we use trees in order to develop and expand Kew’s educational offering for schools and families.


There is a myriad of great play things including the freedom of the tree canopy, the thrill of giant swings, challenging zip wires, scramble nets, a variety of slides and a mountaineering ramp – most of which will have the whole family playing on, let alone excited youngsters. On top of this, eibe have created a play space that is accessible for those who are less able - a unique trail of play points and treasure trails make the innovative feature diversified and appealing to all members of society.




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