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Format: 2017-11-20
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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Palm House pond
Daily at 11am and 1.30pm – tours last one hour

Introduction to the Gardens

Explore Kew with an experienced guide who will give you an insight into our history and work, identify exotic plants in one of our glasshouses, then recommend what's looking good in the Gardens.
The tour is included with entry to the Gardens.
Kew Explorer land train
Daily every hour from 11am to 3pm.

Kew Explorer land train

Enjoy a guided tour around the Gardens on the Kew Explorer land train and learn about Kew's flora and fauna, historic buildings and vital conservation work.
Poppies
Daily from Wednesday 1 to Thursday 30 November 2017, 12 noon

Kew in wartime walking tour

Discover how Kew was affected during wartime and learn some facts that may surprise you. Daily from 1 to 30 November.
Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death at Kew  (Photo: Charles Emerson)
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death

Discover Rebecca Louise Law’s most intricate large-scale artwork to date, and see the Egyptian garlands that provided inspiration. Until 11 March 2018.
Pomegranates by Ann Schweizer from the Shirley Sherwood Collection
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Abundance: seeds, pods and autumn fruits

An exhibition of contemporary botanical artwork from the Shirley Sherwood Collection, featuring fruit and plants from around the world. Until 11 March 2018.
Lindsay Sekulowicz' s 'Egg tempera after yellow vessel'
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Lindsay Sekulowicz: Plantae Amazonicae

This exhibition forms a portrait of the Brazilian Amazon, resulting from collaboration between the artist Lindsay Sekulowicz and Kew’s Science team. Until 11 March 2108.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Palm House pond
Daily at 11am and 1.30pm – tours last one hour

Introduction to the Gardens

Explore Kew with an experienced guide who will give you an insight into our history and work, identify exotic plants in one of our glasshouses, then recommend what's looking good in the Gardens.
The tour is included with entry to the Gardens.
Kew Explorer land train
Daily every hour from 11am to 3pm.

Kew Explorer land train

Enjoy a guided tour around the Gardens on the Kew Explorer land train and learn about Kew's flora and fauna, historic buildings and vital conservation work.
Poppies
Daily from Wednesday 1 to Thursday 30 November 2017, 12 noon

Kew in wartime walking tour

Discover how Kew was affected during wartime and learn some facts that may surprise you. Daily from 1 to 30 November.
Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death at Kew  (Photo: Charles Emerson)
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death

Discover Rebecca Louise Law’s most intricate large-scale artwork to date, and see the Egyptian garlands that provided inspiration. Until 11 March 2018.
Pomegranates by Ann Schweizer from the Shirley Sherwood Collection
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Abundance: seeds, pods and autumn fruits

An exhibition of contemporary botanical artwork from the Shirley Sherwood Collection, featuring fruit and plants from around the world. Until 11 March 2018.
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens (Image: Matt Pringle)
Talks and conferences
Monday 20 November, 6pm

KMIS lectures: Hillier Gardens through the seasons

David Jewell (Sir Harold Hillier Gardens) talks about Hillier Gardens through the seasons. 20 November.
Botanical illustration of Cinchona succiruba, which Richard Spruce collected in Ecuador
Art and exhibitions
Monday to Friday from 9 to 26 January 2018, 10am to 4pm

Richard Spruce - Botany on a global scale

Selected notebooks, correspondence and artefacts from the collections of botanist and explorer, Richard Spruce. 9 October 2017 to 26 January 2018, Monday to Friday only.
Lindsay Sekulowicz' s 'Egg tempera after yellow vessel'
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Lindsay Sekulowicz: Plantae Amazonicae

This exhibition forms a portrait of the Brazilian Amazon, resulting from collaboration between the artist Lindsay Sekulowicz and Kew’s Science team. Until 11 March 2108.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Palm House pond
Daily at 11am and 1.30pm – tours last one hour

Introduction to the Gardens

Explore Kew with an experienced guide who will give you an insight into our history and work, identify exotic plants in one of our glasshouses, then recommend what's looking good in the Gardens.
The tour is included with entry to the Gardens.
Kew Explorer land train
Daily every hour from 11am to 3pm.

Kew Explorer land train

Enjoy a guided tour around the Gardens on the Kew Explorer land train and learn about Kew's flora and fauna, historic buildings and vital conservation work.
Swan in front of bush in autumn
Community
Walks and tours
Walks run on the third Tuesday of each month (excluding January) at 10.30am

Health walks for people living with dementia

People with dementia and their carers can join us for a free monthly walk around the beautiful surroundings of Kew Gardens.
To find out more
phone 020 8332 5643 or email tours@kew.org
Lucombe oak (Quercus x hispanica 'Lucombeana')
Tuesdays at 11.30am. Tours last a maximum of 1½ hours.

Meet the experts guided tours

Meet Kew's horticultural and science staff and find out about their work behind the scenes. November's tours will be all about oak trees. Every Tuesday.
Included with entry to the Gardens
Poppies
Daily from Wednesday 1 to Thursday 30 November 2017, 12 noon

Kew in wartime walking tour

Discover how Kew was affected during wartime and learn some facts that may surprise you. Daily from 1 to 30 November.
Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death at Kew  (Photo: Charles Emerson)
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death

Discover Rebecca Louise Law’s most intricate large-scale artwork to date, and see the Egyptian garlands that provided inspiration. Until 11 March 2018.
Pomegranates by Ann Schweizer from the Shirley Sherwood Collection
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Abundance: seeds, pods and autumn fruits

An exhibition of contemporary botanical artwork from the Shirley Sherwood Collection, featuring fruit and plants from around the world. Until 11 March 2018.
Botanical illustration of Cinchona succiruba, which Richard Spruce collected in Ecuador
Art and exhibitions
Monday to Friday from 9 to 26 January 2018, 10am to 4pm

Richard Spruce - Botany on a global scale

Selected notebooks, correspondence and artefacts from the collections of botanist and explorer, Richard Spruce. 9 October 2017 to 26 January 2018, Monday to Friday only.
Lindsay Sekulowicz' s 'Egg tempera after yellow vessel'
Until 11 March 2018, 10am to 3.45pm

Lindsay Sekulowicz: Plantae Amazonicae

This exhibition forms a portrait of the Brazilian Amazon, resulting from collaboration between the artist Lindsay Sekulowicz and Kew’s Science team. Until 11 March 2108.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Palm House pond
Daily at 11am and 1.30pm – tours last one hour

Introduction to the Gardens

Explore Kew with an experienced guide who will give you an insight into our history and work, identify exotic plants in one of our glasshouses, then recommend what's looking good in the Gardens.
The tour is included with entry to the Gardens.
Kew Explorer land train
Daily every hour from 11am to 3pm.

Kew Explorer land train

Enjoy a guided tour around the Gardens on the Kew Explorer land train and learn about Kew's flora and fauna, historic buildings and vital conservation work.

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