Kew Gardens ticket prices
Tickets include entry to all buildings and attractions within the Gardens including the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art and our iconic glasshouses. (Please note Kew Palace and the Royal Kitchens are closed until 29 March 2014.)
Donate to the Kew fund
Kew is a charity raising money for scientific and conservation work worldwide. By donating online you will help support Kew's work, including the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership.
You can make a donation between £2-100 as part of the booking tickets process.
Tickets for the Gardens can be purchased at the gates and online.
Gardens tickets include entry to our annual Orchids festival
Half Price Souvenir Guidebook Offer
Kew Gardens tickets: Adults
Kew Gardens tickets: Concessions (registered disabled, student with ID, senior citizen 60+).
Kew Gardens tickets: Children 16 and under
Friends of Kew
Registered blind/partially-sighted visitors
For groups of 10+ people, see our group discount rates.
Enhance your visit
The following extras are available to buy when you purchase your ticket online.
Select tickets for the Kew Explorer at step two, after you've chosen your date to visit.
| Adults - £2 |
Children (3-16 yrs) - £1
|Guidebooks (pre-purchase a copy of our Souvenir Guide and/or Kids’ Kew guidebook to pick up on arrival at the gate)|
|Pre-purchase one of our guidebooks at step two.|| Souvenir Guidebook - £5 |
Kids' Kew Activity Book - £2
The perfect gift for friends and family, Gift Tickets are valid for a whole year and can be teamed with extras including the Kew Explorer and Souvenir Guide.
To purchase a Gift Ticket visit our online shop
or call +44 (0)20 8332 3123.
If you want to purchase tickets for yourself and know when you are visiting, you can also buy your Kew Gardens tickets online. Tickets are valid for one month.
Visit our Online Tickets section.
Give someone special Friends of Kew membership as a gift and they get unlimited free access to the national treasure that is Kew, for a whole year.
That’s 40,000 living plants, stunning landscapes, iconic buildings and ever-changing displays of seasonal blooms plus free entry to our Gardens at Wakehurst.
- aged 17-59 inclusive
- senior citizens (aged 60 or over)
- students aged 17 or over in full-time education who can either produce a National Union of Students (NUS) or similar UK or overseas student card or whom the ticket officer can reasonably believe to be a sixth form or further education student
- long-term disabled who can produce a DSS letter or order book showing Invalidity Allowance, Disability Living -- Allowance, Severe Disability Allowance or Attendance Allowance
- those who can produce a letter or orderbook showing they are in receipt of Family Credit
- those who can produce a letter, giro cheque or order book showing they are in receipt of Income Support
Visitors can leave and re-enter the gardens on the same day without further payment, providing that they keep their ticket and advise the Ticket Officer on exit.
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