Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Summer festival fun Feel nature between your toes on the Barefoot Walk, play Plant Croquet, refresh in the Gin & Tonics Garden
Sizzling late summer flowers See our exotic summer planting in full bloom
Kew the Movies 2014 Join us for our annual open air cinema, located in front of Kew Palace.
Children's Kew Explore our activities and attractions for children.
Latest from Kew science
Aaron Davis describes how Kew scientists are helping to build a climate resilient coffee economy strategy for Ethiopia via a rigorous assessment of the influence of climate change on coffee-producing areas and wild coffee forests.
The UK National Tree Seed Project (UKNTSP) is working to better understand and conserve seeds from the UK’s woody flora. The project will build a national ex situ seed collection that is both genetically comprehensive and comprises sufficient seeds to support research and conservation.
James Wearn, leading a project called ‘Kew Gardens at War’, describes how one poppy helped to keep pain away during wartime while another poppy lets us remember and reflect on the pain and sorrow of war.
Top ten attractions at Kew Gardens
A selection of delicious teas available to buy in our gift shop
A selection of beautiful settings for your special day
Enjoy a framed print at home from Kew's image catalogue.
Why is acacia a medical wonder plant?
Book of the month
Kids' Kew - a children's guide to Kew with fun activities and facts
Millennium Seed Bank
Find out about our vital work saving seeds
Enjoy unlimited access to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst
Support our five-year restoration of the Temperate House.