The Palm House at Kew

After your visit

To contact our Lost Property department, sign up for newsletters, find out about membership and other ways you can support Kew, or leave feedback...

Visitor survey and comments

  • Complete our visitor survey and be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets to Kew Gardens.
  • Do you have any queries about your visit or suggestions or feedback to give us? Contact with your comments.

Lost Property

If you lost something here during your visit, call the Kew Gardens Constabulary on 0208 332 5121 between 10.30am and 5pm to report it, or email the details to

Keep informed about what’s on at Kew

You can sign-up to learn more and find out about forthcoming events by registering for our e-newsletter.

You can also follow us on Twitter, keep up to date via our Facebook page, or watch our latest videos on our YouTube channel.

Visitors walking towards the Pagoda
Visit the Pagoda at Kew Gardens (Image:RBG Kew)


Have you thought of joining as a Friend of Kew? Becoming a Friend means you are helping to support Kew’s conservation work in Britain and all over the world, and membership has many benefits for you too! Join as a Friend within a week of your visit and save £10 on your membership fee.

Please help by supporting Kew’s work

Kew couldn’t deliver its important scientific work or maintain its beautiful World Heritage Site without the help of our many generous donors and supporters. We are working globally to reduce the extent and impact of climate change and to rescue species and habitats from destruction. Everyone can do something to help Kew through the Adopt a Seed programme or by making a donation.

Shopping and Gift Tickets

Is there something you forgot to buy or wish you had bought while you were here? Many of the best-selling items from Kew’s Victoria Plaza and White Peaks shops can also be bought at our online shop.

If you enjoyed your visit, you may like to know that you can give someone a day at Kew as a gift. Gift Tickets can be bought online. And if you want to come back to Kew soon, did you know you can now pre-order tickets online

Stunning blue flower
See stunning flowers in bloom at Kew Gardens (Image: RBG Kew)


Did you take photographs on your visit? If you’d like to share them, why not upload them to our Flickr page? They may even get featured on the Kew website!

Learn more

Perhaps your visit has inspired you to learn more about Kew or about gardens and botany in general. Kew runs an ongoing programme of one day courses and every autumn and winter the Kew Diploma students organise a series of public lectures on Monday evenings in the Jodrell Lecture Theatre.

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