Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens house the largest collection of plants from around the globe and should be included in your London itinerary if you have the slightest interest in the gifts of nature. If you’ve been growing your own tomatoes you will be thrilled to see some of the oldest and most impressive glasshouses which are home to exotic plants from any climate zone that exists on earth.


But Kew has a lot more to offer than just botanical masterpieces. It is home to the smallest royal palace in Britain, Kew Palace. This is where mentally ill king George III lived with his family in 1800s and was hoping to recover using Kew’s natural gifts. The Royal Kitchen where George’s dinners were made was only recently open to the public.


Kew is also an arts space. Just look at Henry Moore’s sculpture Reclining Mother and Child and browse an art gallery of famous British painter Marianne North.


It is also a treasure-trove for Eastern culture enthusiasts. Japanese Gateway and Chinese Pagoda are the finest examples of respective architectural styles in Europe.


And finally it is a perfect place for a family outing. Take your kids to the Treetop Walkway to see London from above or visit indoor botanical playzone.

Book your tickets

Please note: After your booking is confirmed we will send you an email with your tickets.

Admire the beauty of the Kew Royal Palace and its magnificent gardens.

  • Admission to Kew Gardens – an oasis of colourful flowers and plants from all over the world;
  • Access to the greenhouse, Palm House, built in the time of Queen Victoria;
  • Walk through the Xstrata Treetop Walkway;
  • Entrance to the Kew Royal Palace and the opportunity to see the royal apartments that were used 200 years ago.

Availability: daily from 9.30 till 6.30pm (till 7.30pm on weekends).
Opening times: Kew Palace is open during summer period only (29 March – 28 September), Kew Gardens are open all year round
Cancellation policy: no refunds available
Children: children under the age of 16 go free
How to get there: take London Underground (District or London Overground Lines) and get off at Kew Gardens. The entrance to the Gardens is around 400 meters from the station