Kew Gardens and Palace Tickets
Explore 300 acres of the world’s most famous garden, housing the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world.
Delve into a rainforest, stroll along the 18m high alkway amidst tree canopies and see the first galleries in the world dedicated solely to botanical art. Extensive glasshouses reach up to 27°C, guaranteeing year-round warmth. Travel through ten climatic zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory and be amazed by the historic Palm House and the giant lily pads in the Waterlily House.
Founded in 1840, from the exotic garden at Kew Park, Kew Gardens contains four Grade I listed buildings, thirty six Grade II listed structures, a serene lake and waterlily ponds. Entry to Kew Palace is included in the cost of admission to Kew Gardens. It was the family country home of King George III, a beautiful and intimate royal retreat comprising bedrooms, a dining room and the newly restored Georgian Royal Kitchens.
Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 6.30pm with last entry at 6pm
Saturday and Sunday from 9.30am to 7.30pm with last entry at 7pm
Nearest Tube: Kew Gardens
Nearest Rail: Kew Bridge
Bus Routes: 65, 391, 237, 267
Kew Gardens is largely accessible to wheelchair users and wheelchairs are available on a first come first served basis.
Most of the buildings in the gardens have level or ramped ground floor access for wheelchairs. The gardens themselves are largely flat with tarmac paths in most places.