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.

The Palm House at sunset

Visit the world-famous Kew Gardens

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

Visit Kew Gardens
  • Event
    Christmas at Kew 2024
    Evenings | Family friendly | Food and drink

    Christmas at Kew

    Custom date
    Selected dates, 13 November 2024 to 5 January 2025
  • Event
    Visitor riding the Kew Explorer land train
    Tours and talks | Family friendly

    Kew Explorer land train

    Custom date
    Daily from 11am
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    Close up of AI-enhanced natural image collage
    Exhibitions

    Mat Collishaw: Petrichor

    20 October 2023 to 7 April 2024
  • weekend time slots sold out
    Event
    Collage of native flora and fauna of Madagascar
    Exhibitions | Included with entry

    Orchids

    Custom date
    3 February to 3 March 2024
Sun shines through a gate looking into Wakehurst's Winter Garden, where a path weaves through plants.

Roam wild at Wakehurst

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

Explore Wakehurst
  • Early bird prices end soon
    Event
    Moon and stars, deer, bee and flower lanterns
    Family friendly | Evenings | Food and drink

    Glow Wild

    Custom date
    Selected evenings, 28 November 2024 to 1 January 2025
  • Event
    A child runs through a garden at Wakehurst wearing a superhero cap with a lightning bolt on it
    Family friendly | Accessible

    Nature Heroes

    Custom date
    Half terms and school holidays
  • Event
    Large canvas with multicoloured plants and wildlife collage
    Included with entry

    Planet Wakehurst

    Custom date
    From 17 May 2023
  • Event
    A dog in front of another dog
    Family friendly | Wellbeing

    Dog walks at Wakehurst

    Custom date
    Daily
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.

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