Spectacular Party and Wedding Venues

Kew offers a number of stunning venues for a wide range of private events. Whether you are organising a wedding ceremony and/or reception, dinner dance or canapé and cocktail reception, our world renowned gardens and iconic buildings provide the most unique and unforgettable setting for your event.

Please carefully study the layout capacities, hire time availability and brief descriptive text for our various venues to ascertain which most closely meets your needs.

To find out further information on your chosen venue, please select the appropriate venue.

Available Venues

Cambridge CottageCambridge Cottage
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8080 150
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200 400
Nash ConservatoryNash Conservatory
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200 100 200
Joseph Banks BuildingJoseph Banks Building
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180 230
Princess of Wales ConservatoryPrincess of Wales Conservatory
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Temperate HouseThe Temperate House
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Cambridge Cottage is an elegant former royal residence, set within its own private gardens, with two large function rooms that are available for both day and evening hire.

The Georgian Drawing Room is licensed for civil ceremonies of up to 80 guests, with the adjoining Gallery space able to host seated dining for the same number.

The magnificent eighteenth-century Orangery is one of Kew's most striking venues that can accommodate up to 200 for a dinner dance.

The Nash Conservatory is a stunning nineteenth-century glasshouse that provides a unique and versatile event space for both daytime and evening events.

The West Wing of the Sir Joseph Banks Building is a subterranean event space that is ideal for bespoke events and religious ceremonies.

The Princess of Wales Conservatory, famed for its rare orchids, can be hired as a stand alone canapés and drinks reception venue or hired in conjunction with other venues for a unique glasshouse event experience.

The Temperate House is our flagship venue that is perfect for extravagant evening events with a real wow factor. Guests are wined and dined among tropical plants and trees in the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world.

Please refer to the Extras section for further details on Kew Explorer private tours.