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There are many ways to enhance your visit to Kew with a tour that suits you. These include free walking tours, riding on the Kew Explorer land train, or taking the Discovery bus. There are also options for groups and individuals with particular needs: for example those with limited mobility or sight loss, learning disability or deafness.

Take a tour at Kew Gardens

Map of Kew Gardens showing spring bulbs

In springtime the Gardens at Kew host one of the largest displays of spring colour in the country, with over five million bulbs to see during the season. Use this map to find out what blossoms and when - see snowdrops, daffodils, crocuses and much more.

Kew Explorer land train

Enjoy a tour around the gardens on the Kew Explorer land train. Learn about Kew's flora and fauna, about our iconic buildings and about our vital conservation work.

A guide points out some flowers to people on a tour

Take a closer look at the wonders of Kew Gardens by joining a guided walking tour. Led by our knowledgeable volunteer guides, the walking tours are a fun and informative way to explore the grounds.