Moomin Adventures at Kew Gardens

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London just can't get enough of those portly Moomin trolls; first they had their own exhibition at the Southbank Centre and now they're departing Moominvalley to take part in Moomin Adventures at Kew Gardens. 

Created by Finnish artist Tove Jansson in the 1940s, these fictious Finnish creatures are known for being in touch with nature, and from April 1-17, they'll be hiding among the spring daffodils, crocuses and magnolias of Kew for an Easter special.

Visitors can join the Moomin Aventures Easter Trail to help Hemulen find his missing plants or take part in the Moomin Adventures craft workshops, held in the woodlands of Kew's Conservation Area. Track down rare flowers using the Kew Moomin App, and fill up on Finnish pancakes at the Moomin Camp. There's life in those little trolls yet. 



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