The Waterlily House is now closed for the winter. It will re-open in April 2014.
Kew's Arboretum stretches over the majority of the Gardens' 121 leafy hectares (300 acres).
Stretching for 1,030 metres, Holly Walk is one of Europe’s most comprehensive collections of mature hollies.
The curvaceous exterior and steamy interior of Kew’s Palm House have long made it an icon of the Gardens. Designed by Decimus Burton and expertly engineered by Richard Turner, it was constructed between 1844 and 1848.
The Princess of Wales Conservatory recreates ten climatic zones. See Madagascan baobab trees, orchids from Central America and carnivorous plants from Asia.
The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art is the first gallery in the world dedicated solely to botanical art.
Browse Kew's comprehensive collection of hardy trees.
All you need to know about visiting Kew Gardens.
- Buy tickets - adults £14.50, concessions £12.50, children 16 and under FREE
- Detailed ticket information
- Group visits - prices are for parties of ten or more
- Opening times - the Gardens open daily at 9.30am
- How to find us - directions, maps and transport information
Make the most of your visit
- Cafes and restaurants
- Shopping at Kew
- Kew's official mobile app - download it for FREE from the app store
- Souvenir Guide - discover the best of Kew Gardens
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