Take your group to the world’s most famous garden – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – comprising centuries of royal history. Explore spectacular glasshouses, botanical art galleries and a Georgian royal palace.
Organised groups and Travel Trade
Save money when booking a group visit for 10 or more adults, two weeks in advance.
Enhance your group's special day out with guided walking tours on a choice of themes, enjoy a fascinating commentary with our hop-on-hop-off Kew Explorer bus tours and pre-purchase meal vouchers for lunch or afternoon tea or plan custom catering for your group. Read more in our Travel trade brochure.
School visits to Kew
Inspire and engage children with hands-on programmes during a school visit to Kew. All our education sessions meet curriculum targets across a range of subjects including science, geography, art, design technology and more. We can cater for different ages, abilities and learning needs.
Kew works in partnership with community-based organisations, groups and individuals to develop and deliver creative projects and events inspired by the Gardens. Through this work we aim to engage with a wider and more diverse audience, encourage a sense of ownership and increase participation and interaction with the Gardens.
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Art exhibition'Magnolias' features paintings by artist Barbara Oozeerally.