Kew Gardens Private Guided Walking Tour and Admission for Two
Embark on a private guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew which stretches almost 326 arces. Spend an hour with a guide who can show you the best bits of this famous attraction and answer questions. Pay a visit to the Princess of Wales Conservatory and its 10 different climatic zones, delve into the rainforest and stroll along a soaring treetop walkway, head to the tranquil water lily pond and step inside Kew Palace - one of the Royal's most illustrious retreats. Feel free after the tour to spend the rest of the day exploring Kew's many sensational gardens and iconic listed buildings. Boasting one of the world's largest collections of living plants, Kew Gardens provides a unique day out for nature lovers.
- A privately guided tour of the world-renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
- Tour Kew's many incredible attractions with a knowledgeable tour guide
- Step inside the illustrious Kew Palace and explore the many exquisite rooms
- Delve into the rainforest and pay a visit to the tranquil lily pond
- Availability Description
Open year round, excluding 24 – 25 December. Kew Palace is located within Kew Gardens and is open April – October. Bookings must be made at least six weeks in advance.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age is 17 (children aged 0 - 3 go free and children aged 4 - 16 years old pay £3.50 on arrival). Kew Gardens is accessible to wheelchair users and those with mobility scooters.
Kew Gardens opens at 10am. Closing times vary according to season. Tours take approximately one hour (daily from 10am except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) but you will want to spend the rest of the day at Kew.
- Numbers on the Day
Exclusively for two of you, with a knowledgeable guide.
- Dress Code
Most of the attractions are outdoors, so please wrap up warm in winter. Comfortable, flat footwear is also recommended.
- Other Info
Kew Palace, Royal Kitchens, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Waterlily House usually close from late October to the end of March.