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London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket

London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket

From $18.62 per person

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. You’ll be amazed by the giant lily pads in the Waterlily House. Experience an exotic rainforest in the Palm House, and 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.  Recharge at one of the site’s cafes and restaurants that serve hot meals and classic afternoon teas. 
  • Admission to Kew Gardens
  • Free walking tours that take place at least twice daily, subject to availability
  • Map and seasonal highlights guide
    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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    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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    • Due to public health regulations, the attraction is required to provide your contact information to the NHS in case this is required as part of the NHS Test and Trace program
    • Due to ongoing COVID-19 virus preventative measures, the following are currently closed until further notice: all glasshouses, treetop walkway, Climbers and Creepers, children’s garden, the galleries, indoor catering outlets, retail, Kew Explorer and other areas where visitors may come into close proximity with each other. In the vast spaces, visitors and staff can keep safe distances from one another and enjoy the tranquility of the space
    • Kew Gardens is fully wheelchair accessible with lifts giving access to the treetop walkway and upper floors of Kew Palace
    • Kew Palace is closed during winter
    • Kew Gardens is closed on 24 and 25 December
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.6 /5

    based on 793 reviews

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    I have fallen in love with this place, I can’t believe I’ve lived in London all my life and never been here. We had good weather, we took a picnic some wine , it was a lovely days There were so many people , but you didn’t feel like you were hemmed in, there is so much space to just sit and enjoy your surroundings. I loved it so much, I’m back this Sunday too.

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    September 14, 2021

    Of course the wonderful planting displays, the pavilions showing the vast variety of palms . Kew Palace - home of King George 111 , Terrific variety of different exotic flairs and fauna. There was one disappointing aspect in the Orangery , where the main cafe was : Paper cups !!! Not China - very poor choice of food , sandwiches looked stale ( a woman was complaining about her stale sandwich as we queued) A fruit scone but no butter anywhere. Two young boys serving , with no support - we were very did appointed . And it wasn’t cheap - it let The Kew experience down.

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    September 9, 2021

    I loved the whole experience, the online downside is I and other visitors keep getting lost. The signage was not entirely clear we kept not knowing where we were. Buy that said I enjoyed the place which made up for it. The place has so much to look at I must halved walked for upto 4 hrs even when I became tired I still wanted to explore. A must visit on a warm day , very peaceful and tranquil and well looked after.

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    August 23, 2021

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