Official guide books from Kew
Looking to plan your day at Kew Gardens, take home a lasting memento of your visit or simply searching for a great gift idea? Be sure to check out our beautifully illustrated souvenir guides, each of which offers a unique perspective on what Kew has to offer.
Kew Souvenir Guide
This guide is an ideal companion when visiting the Gardens and also makes a wonderful souvenir keepsake.
Illustrated with beautiful images of the Gardens and its features, with chapters on Kew’s fascinating history, architecture, gardens, plants, wildlife, art, and science and conservation.
Kids’ Kew: a children’s guide
What’s fun to do at Kew? Find out in this action-packed, interactive guide, with fold out map, 40 stickers and lots of activities, aimed at 7-11 year olds (and their parents and carers), featuring exciting places to visit and things to do at all times of the year.
Also available: 'Kids’ Wakehurst: a children’s guide'
Official Guide to the Marianne North Gallery
Republished after 85 years this guide remains an instructive publication to the unique collection of paintings by Marianne North and her gallery in which they are placed.
Also available: Marianne North: A Very Intrepid Painter
Coming soon: David Nash at Kew Gardens
Gain a unique insight into the exhibition, Nash’s art and life from this beautifully illustrated book.
Includes a fold-out exhibition map, discussion of the sculptures and Wood Quarry, and an illustrated chronology of the life and work of David Nash.
'David Nash at Kew Gardens' is available from 9 June 2012
Kew's Big Trees
Discover how one of the world’s best tree collections came to be; learn the stories behind 20 of its most intriguing trees; follow seasonal trails, and find out just why trees are so important to us all.
Heather Angel’s Wild Kew
Heather Angel offers a stunning array of photographs and advice, the result of devoting a year to capturing Kew’s wildlife.
Divided into seasonal sections, this is the ultimate guide to wildlife at Kew.
Other titles you may be interested in:
- The Wild Flora of Kew Gardens
- The History of Kew
- The Gardens at Kew
- Joseph Hooker Botanical Trailblazer
- The Plant Hunters
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