A family entry ticket to the amazing Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Home to over 40 iconic listed buildings and an extensive living plant collection
Roam Kew's many great attractions and special instalments
Walk through the many rooms of the grandiose Kew Palace
A day out for the whole family at Kew Gardens is sure to be cherished for years to come. With nearly 100 attractions, set in approximately 326 acres of beautiful botanic glasshouse and gardens containing over 40 iconic listed buildings and one of the world's largest living plant collections, the botanical splendour of Kew stands proud. Take time to explore the Princess of Wales Conservatory - home to different climatic zones, housing a variety of weird and wonderful plants and creatures. The venue includes a beautiful lily pond with giant lily pads, entry to the incredible Royal retreat, Kew Palace and four different cafes and restaurants - fun for all the family!
Open daily, excluding 24 - 25 December. Kew Palace is located within Kew Gardens and is open from 24 March until 2 October 2016 only.
The experience includes two adult and two children (aged between four - 16 years old) tickets. Kids aged zero to three go free. Kew Gardens is accessible to wheelchair users and mobility scooters.
Kew Gardens opens at 10am. Closing times vary according to season.
Most of the attractions are outdoors, so please wrap up warm in winter. Comfortable, flat footwear is also recommended.
Kew Palace, Royal Kitchens, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Waterlily House usually close from late October to the end of March. The Temperate House and the Evolution House are closed for a major restoration project (anticipated completion summer 2018)