Visit Kew Gardens
Botanical Benefits Feel the healing, stimulating and transformative effect of plants with a whole world of sensory experience
Climb Kew's iconic Pagoda Don't miss out on a rare opportunity to climb the 253 steps for stunning panoramic views across London
Magnolias by Barbara Oozeerally A beautiful series of paintings exhibited in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art.
Explore the world’s most famous botanic garden, just 30 minutes from central London. You’ll encounter breathtaking landscapes and world-class attractions from iconic glasshouses full of rare and beautiful plants to historic buildings, botanical art galleries and the soaring treetop walkway.
The Gardens change with the seasons: visit now to experience spring with its breathtaking displays of colour. You’ll see over five million bulbs in bloom including crocuses, daffodils, and tulips.
Hop on the land train
Take a tour around the Gardens from the comfort of the Kew Explorer land train. It’s a hop-on, hop-off service so you can alight at your favourite locations to explore on foot. You’ll learn more about our most famous and iconic plants and hear surprising stories about the Gardens' long and fascinating history.
Eat and drink
Whether you’re looking for coffee-and-cake pit stops, child-friendly meals or something a little more sumptuous, we have a selection of restaurants and cafés run by award-winning restaurateurs Peyton & Byrne. Why not sample some delicious, freshly-prepared food made from seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients.
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Book of the monthPlant Lover's Guides to Dahlias and Salvias
Shop onlineA selection of delicious teas available to buy in our gift shop
Kew bag for lifeFeatures the Kew Gardens logo. From 100% unbleached cotton
Art exhibition'Magnolias' features paintings by artist Barbara Oozeerally.