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Spring at Kew Gardens


Thousands of spring colours, one place to see them

Witness the beauty of spring at Kew

Spring sees layers of colour spread across the Gardens as trees and flowers come alive. Take in the glorious sights set amidst some of London's most iconic attractions. It's an enchanting time to visit Kew, with a photo opportunity at every turn. 

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Late spring highlights

Laburnum 

One of Britain's most popular flowering trees, don't miss a visit to the Queen's Garden to see the fantastic golden archway of laburnum

Laburnum

Rose Pergola

At its peak in June, the Rose Pergola creates a tunnel of colour that frames the view of the Plant Family Beds as you stroll down the central path.

Rose Pergola

Waterlily House

This small, elegant glasshouse is another classic listed building and the hottest and most humid environment at Kew.

Waterlily House

Davies Alpine House

Davies Alpine House

Visit the Davies Alpine house, which has changing displays of unusual alpine plants throughout May, June and July.

Davies Alpine House

 


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Save money when you buy your tickets online. Your ticket is valid for entry on any date within 30 days of your selected date. Friends of Kew enter free.

BOOK NOW

Ticket prices

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Spring comes alive at Kew

Watch what happens as spring takes over.