Tickets for Kew Gardens.
One of our BESTSELLERS.
- Admission to Kew Gardens
- Access to temporary exhibitions
- Access to the art galleries (Marianne North and Shirley Sherwood), Kew Palace, Greenhouses, and the Treetop Walkway
- Map and guide to the highlights of the season
- Access to the Children’s Garden (60-minute session)
An incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site which home to over 50,000 living plants. The staff that work at Kew Gardens have a passion for protecting the plants so the public can enjoy them.
Made up of over 20 different areas which includes:
- Temperate House (home to rare and threatened plants in the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse)
- Great Broad Walk Borders (beautiful, rich flower borders full of incredible colours)
- Mediterranean Garden and King William’s Temple (a wonderful Mediterranean and natural habitat)
- Natural Area (an incredible 37 acres of beautiful, wonderful woodland to explore and love)
- Children’s Garden (a great place for the kids to explore, learn and enjoy)
- Great Pagoda (an area offering incredible views across London).
Visit. Relax and thoroughly enjoy your time there.
Why not upgrade to one of our great combination passes. We have:
- Kew Gardens and Palace combination ticket. Click HERE for ticket details.
- Kew Gardens and Palace + Hampton Court Palace. Click HERE for ticket details.
Kew Gardens Fun Facts
- Kew Gardens has more than 50,000 different plants
- Kew Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Kew Gardens was founded in 1840
- Kew Gardens also has an incredible library which is home to an incredible 750,000 volumes and illustrations
- Kew Gardens has one of the oldest pot plants in the world!
Kew Gardens Opening Times
Opens Daily at 10:00 AM – Closing times vary according to time of year.
Useful Information About Kew Gardens
How to get to Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Address: Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB
Via Bus: Routes 65, 110, 237 & 267.
Via Train: Kew Bridge Station & Richmond Station (followed by 65 bus).
Via Tube: Kew Gardens Station
Via Boat: Thames River Boat offers a service from Westminster Pier to Kew Pier.