Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

More information about Kew Gardens and Kew Palace tickets

  • Schedule


    Kew Gardens
    27 March to 29 August 2018:
    Monday to Friday :
    10.00am to 6.30pm (last entry at 6pm)
    Weekends and Bank Holidays:
    10.00am to 7.30pm (last entry at 7pm)

    30 August to 29 October 2018:
    10.00am to 6.00pm

    Kew Palace
    24 March to 2 October 2018:
    10.30am to 5.30pm
    From 3rd October 2018: Closed


    Closed : 24 & 25 December

  • Additional Information

    Venue Information:
    Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AB
    Nearest Train Station: Kew Bridge
    Nearest Underground: Kew Gardens
    Bus Routes: 65, 391, 237 or 267

    Golden Tours act as an official agent for these activities, as such you are subject to the terms and conditions of the supplier. 

  • Highlights
    • The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - a World Heritage Site encompassing 300 acres of splendour on the River Thames
    • Experience Kew's Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkwa
    • Explore the finery of this stylish palace, shaped and influenced by generations of Royal women
    • Admire the elegant gardens lined with ornamental flower beds, ponds and fountains.
  • Description

    Kew Gardens
    The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a World Heritage Site located in 300 acres of stunning vistas and 6 magnificent glasshouses set in a beautiful landscape beside the River Thames between Richmond and Kew in south-west London. This summer is the perfect time to visit.Entrance includes seasonal exhibitions and activities - some of which include hands-on sessions which are available after entry. Entrance also includes Kew's Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkway which takes you on a breathtaking tour under the ground and then 18 metres (59ft) up in the air, bringing you closer to the trees in a way that will take your breath away.

    Kew Palace
    The most intimate of royal palaces, Kew was built as a private house in 1631 and used by the royal family from 1729 to 1818. Sense the joys and sorrows of past royal lives in intimate detail as King George III and his family come to life through a fascinating display of personal artefacts.

    In happier times George III, Queen Charlotte and their 15 children enjoyed a relatively simple domestic routine at Kew, the palace rang with laughter and fun, however in later years the atmosphere darkened as family rivalries become more intense and relationships soured. Kew became a retreat for an ailing King George and a virtual prison for his elder unmarried daughters.