Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Botanical Benefits Feel the healing, stimulating and transformative effect of plants with a whole world of sensory experience
Inspiring rich colour Visit now to see the vivid displays of deep and rich blooms as the Gardens come to life with dazzling colour.
Kew the Music Amazing summer outdoor concerts in fantastic surroundings in front of Kew Palace
New Radio 4 series Kew's Director of Science, Professor Kathy Willis, presents the story of our changing relationship with plants
Latest from Kew science
Kew researchers study the evolution of arguably Europe’s rarest orchid on the Azores.
New species of porcini are turning up in all sorts of locations, from tropical Australia to your local food market. Kew's Head of Mycology, Bryn Dentinger, describes how these discoveries are helping to unveil the origins of porcini and their complex evolutionary history.
Kew’s Mark Chase is listed as one of the world’s most-cited scientists.
Top Ten attractions at Kew
From the iconic Palm House to the Treetop Walkway with its stunning aerial views of London's skyline, our guide to Kew's must-see attractions will help you plan the perfect visit.
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
Plant Lover's Guides to Dahlias and Salvias
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.