Community and participation
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 diverse audiences, increase participation and reach out to new audiences, in particular those who face barriers (physical, social, financial or educational) when accessing heritage sites.
Find out about Kew's community outreach programme and events, below.
Projects and workshops
Come and take part in a health walk in the beautiful surroundings of Kew Gardens, led by trained volunteer Walk Leaders.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) visits are for adult community-based groups. Workshops offer a great way for groups of learners to practice and improve their English in a unique historical setting.
In this workshop, participants use photography to explore the architecture of Kew's glasshouses and the diverse plant life at Kew Gardens.