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London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket

Activity provider: Kew Gardens

London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket

Activity provider: Kew Gardens
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Stroll along a walkway high up in the treetops, and explore acres of gardens under glass. Step inside a royal palace, discover galleries of botanical art, and experience 250 years of royal history at Kew Gardens, London's largest World Heritage Site.

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  • Explore London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Experience the exotic rainforest in the Palm House
  • Take a walk in the treetops, 18 meters above ground level
  • Learn about the extraordinary life of bees at The Hive
  • Admire a collection of over 14'000 trees at the Arboretum
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Enjoy a full day out at Kew Gardens, London’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site, located just 30 minutes from central London by Underground and Overground trains. Your ticket includes entry to 326 acres of gardens, 3 art galleries, a treetop walkway, and Kew Palace.  Step inside Kew Palace and explore a beautiful royal retreat comprising the bedrooms of princesses, an intimate dining room, and the newly restored Georgian Royal Kitchens. The site includes extensive gardens under glass that support a variety of plant life year-round.

See the giant lily pads in the Waterlily House, then experience an exotic rainforest in the Palm House. Travel through 10 climate zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.  Other highlights include the Arboretum. Standing at 17 meters tall and constructed from 170,000 aluminum parts and 1,000 LED lights, the Hive structure mimics the visual and sound effects of an actual beehive in Kew Gardens.

Learn all about the extraordinary life of bees, and the vital role they play in the health of the planet. Round off your visit at one of the site’s cafes and restaurants that serve hot meals and classic afternoon teas (not included). 

  • Admission to Kew Gardens
  • Free walking tours that take place at least twice daily, subject to availability
  • Map and seasonal highlights guide
  • Food and drinks
  • Explorer train
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Meeting point

Arrive at any entrance to Kew Gardens. The closest entrance to Kew Gardens station (Underground and Overground trains) is Victoria Gate, located on Kew Road.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Pets (assistance dogs allowed)

Know before you go

  • Kew Gardens is fully wheelchair accessible with an elevator giving access to the upper floors of Kew Palace
  • All children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult
  • Kew Palace is closed during winter
  • Kew Gardens is closed on 24 and 25 December
  • Free walking tours take place at least twice daily, subject to availability
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4.6 /5

based on 1511 reviews

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Absolutely beautiful place. Will 100% be going back as did not manage to do it all. The only negative is the price of food inside Kew Gardens. I do not believe it was value for money and for 3 of us was actually more than we paid for the tickets to get in.

8 August 2022

Kew is a beautiful place huge area: it was my first time here didn’t realise that some things inside closed at 4pm so visit the earlier closing things first.still had an amazing day and will have to go back again probably several times to see the things I missed .

7 August 2022

At first glance, I was shocked because there was no grass, just a dry area. The trees have also suffered heat damage and it hasn't rained for a long time. BUT: then I dived back into the magical Kew world. The greenhouses, the pagoda, the great restaurants and shops, Kew Palace and the kitchen garden. The Evolution Garden, the Marianne North Gallery and, and, and... I was there three days in a row from morning to night, enjoyed every minute and still haven't seen everything. A wonderful place, this largest and most diverse botanical garden in the world. My tip: do the round trip with the green tourist train Kew Explorer immediately after entering (£6.50 per adult). It's totally worth it and you can ride it unlimited times all day once you've paid for it. Best Spots: Hidden Places of Kew Palace (awesome tour!), Temperate House, Princess of Wales Conservatory, Vegetable Garden. And the restaurants. Great iced tea, homemade

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30 July 2022

Product ID: 34660