Our future is botanic

Plants and fungi are vital to the future of food, clean air and medicine. Discover why we’re fighting to protect biodiversity.

Autumn leaves of American smokewood (Cotinus obovatus) in front of Temple of Bellona at Kew Gardens

Visit the world-famous Kew Gardens

Experience our beautiful botanic gardens and the most biodiverse place on Earth.

Visit Kew Gardens
Children playing at Wakehurst in autumn

Roam wild at Wakehurst

Visit our wild botanic garden, with 500 acres of woodland and the world's largest seed conservation project.

Explore Wakehurst
The colours of autumn are reflected in the lake as a flock of birds fly past

Visiting during coronavirus

We are excited to welcome you to our gardens and we want to keep you up to date with the latest measures in place to protect you and our staff.

Read our coronavirus guidance

Read & watch

Check back for new stories throughout the week.

Sign up to our newsletter

Highlights, events and offers straight to your inbox

Browse our online shop