Kew Gardens

Discover the world of science behind our botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across our UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Find out more about time slots and prices.

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Monday to Friday: 10am–7pm (last entry 6pm)

Saturday and Sunday: 8am*–8pm (last entry 7pm)

*Entry via Victoria Gate only. All other entry gates will open from 10am.

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Only 30 mins from Central London. Our four gates can be accessed by rail, bus or river. Parking is limited.

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Enjoy unlimited entry, special discounts, and exclusive access to events, behind-the-scenes tours and expert talks.

What's in the Gardens

From Victorian glasshouses to an Alpine rock garden, there's something to see in every corner.

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    Our incredible living plant collections are among the largest and most diverse in the world.

    Plants at Kew Gardens
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    Eating and drinking

    Our restaurants and cafes are open and serving delicious food for you to enjoy outside.

    Eating at Kew Gardens
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    Coronavirus guidance

    See the changes we've made and how our time slots work.

    Information for you

We have a few dos and don'ts in place to keep everyone happy. Please also check our planned closures before your visit to avoid disappointment.

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We urgently need your help

Closing our gardens and reducing our visitor numbers means we have lost £15 million which we rely on for vital global conservation and nurturing our beloved gardens. Your support can help us protect our future.

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