The Hive is a remarkable installation in the middle of a wildflower meadow that depicts life inside a beehive.
This beautiful work of art is one of the most photographed locations in the Kew Gardens.
The characteristic mesh frame of The Hive is made of 170,000 pieces of aluminum and 1,000 LED lights.
Purchase the Kew Gardens entry ticket and get an amazing opportunity to experience the environment of an actual beehive when you walk inside this place.
About one thousand LED lights glow inside according to the vibrations of the bees that live in the Gardens.
A musical symphony reacts to this action. Every sound is played in the key of C, the same key that bees buzz in.
The Hive at Kew Gardens is a graphic ode to Britain’s honeybees, created by British artist Wolfgang Buttress.
It was initially designed for the UK Pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo, but it is now a permanent structure in the Gardens at Kew.
Additionally, It is surrounded by wildflowers to honor the habitats that actual bees require to thrive.
The Hive is a place to celebrate bees’ powerful contribution to maintaining life as we know it by examining their secret life on a human scale.
It was rebuilt in Kew over the course of four months, and it is today one of the most distinctive features of the Kew Gardens.
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