Cambridge Cottage was added to the Gardens in 1904. The building now houses the Kew Gardens Gallery.
Cambridge Cottage is known in the Gardens as 'Kew Gardens Gallery'. It was purchased from Lord Bute, Princess Augusta's botanical advisor, by George III and presented to his seventh son, the Duke of Cambridge. In 1840 it was remodelled and extended to form his permanent residence.
The Gallery shows exhibitions of botanical art by past and contemporary artists and other subjects such as the graphically exciting London Transport posters which have regularly featured trips to Kew since 1908.
Cambridge Cottage is licensed to host civil wedding ceremonies and receptions and is also available for corporate hire. Find out how you can arrange to hire this venue: