Our future is botanic

Plants and fungi are vital to the future of food, clean air and medicine. We're fighting against biodiversity loss to save life on Earth.

Palm House covered in frost

Visit the world-famous Kew Gardens

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

Visit Kew Gardens
  • Event
    People, palm house and lights art Christmas at Kew
    Evenings | Family friendly | Food and drink

    Christmas at Kew

    Custom date
    Selected dates, 16 November 2022 to 8 January 2023
  • Event
    Vibrant kaleidoscope-looking image
    Included with entry | Exhibitions

    When Flowers Dream

    21 May 2022 to 5 March 2023
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    Two visitors amongst the plants in the Temperate House
    Members only

    Member welcome tours

    Custom date
    15 and 18 February 2023
  • Event
    An illustrated banner showing Cameroonian plants and animals
    Exhibitions | Included with entry

    Orchids

    Custom date
    4 February to 5 March 2023
Colourful flowers in the Winter Garden at Wakehurst in wintertime

Roam wild at Wakehurst

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

Explore Wakehurst
  • Event
    Moon and star lanterns, deer installation, tallest-living Christmas tree and lanterns at Glow Wild 2022
    Family friendly | Evenings | Food and drink

    Glow Wild 2022 at Wakehurst

    Custom date
    Selected evenings, 24 November 2022 to 1 January 2023
  • Event
    Surviving or Thriving exhibition at Wakehurst © Adomas Mockus
    Exhibitions | Included with entry

    Surviving or Thriving: An exhibition on plants and us

    Custom date
    Daily
  • Event
    Grey, white and black bird perched on some wood
    Short courses

    The Wakehurst chorus: Birdsong walk

    Custom date
    25 March and 1 April 2023
  • Event
    Badger walking over a tree root
    Evenings | Short courses | Tours and talks

    Badger watching evening

    Custom date
    Selected evenings, 11 April to 3 September 2023
Botanical Propagation Assistant, Eliana Van Der Schraft, is scarifying seed under a microscope to check the quality and to check for infections.

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Find out how our scientists are helping to tackle some of humanity’s biggest global challenges.

Delve into Kew Science

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