Gallery: London’s Kew Gardens Herbarium Uses Underground Cooling and Ho...

The dried plant specimens are stored in a cool, dark vault, and are examined by scientists in naturally day-lit rooms. As a World Heritage Site, a funding criteria was that the collection remain open to the public to allow visitors to enjoy Kew's priceless collection of dried plant specimens, botanic books and illustrations.

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