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Online ticket prices (until 31 October 2019)
Adults £18.15* / £16.50
Children (4–16) £4.50
Children under 4 free
Concessions £15.95* / £14.50
* Includes a voluntary donation
For full information on ticket prices including prices at the gate, family tickets, discounted tickets, and gift tickets.
By tube Kew Gardens station (500m to Victoria Gate)
By train Kew Bridge station (800m to Elizabeth Gate)
By bus 65 stops at Victoria and Lion Gate
By bike racks are available at all gates
Free disabled access parking (for blue badge holders) at Kew's car park on Ferry Lane, TW9 3AF.
More information on how to get here including entrance gates and parking.
Open daily at 10am
Gardens close at 5pm
(last entry 4pm)
Attractions and most cafés close before the Gardens.
We care for some of the world's rarest plants. To help us protect our plants (and our visitors) make sure to read our Garden rules before you visit.
Our cafés and restaurants offer lots of choice including hot meals, afternoon tea, coffee and cakes, sandwiches and snacks.
Victoria Plaza café, at Victoria Gate
Orangery restaurant, near Elizabeth Gate
White Peaks café, near Brentford Gate
The Botanical, overlooking the Palm House pond
Pavilion restaurant, near the Great Pagoda. (Closed for winter. Re-opens spring 2019).
Picnics are allowed throughout the Gardens, except in the glasshouses and galleries.
Our shops are crammed with gifts, books, prints and souvenirs inspired by the plants and fungi of Kew. You can buy selected products online or visit one of our shops in the Gardens.
Victoria Plaza shop, at Victoria Gate
White Peaks children’s shop, near Brentford Gate
Galleries gift shop, at Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art
When you buy from our shops you help to support Kew's vital science-based conservation work around the world.
We offer reduced ticket prices for groups of 15 or more. We also offer private tours and meal vouchers.
We have a wide range of family events, holiday activities and kid-friendly places to explore.
We welcome visitors with disabilities, their carers, family members and friends to enjoy the Gardens.
If you are planning a school visit, Kew Gardens provides a perfect setting for an outdoor classroom.
Inspire and engage your students with our curriculum-linked education sessions for Early Years to Key Stage 5.
For prices and other information to help you plan a visit to Kew Gardens with your school.
Join one of our guided walking tours, free with entry to the Gardens.
Introduction to the Gardens and other themed tours take place daily, covering seasonal highlights and a history of Kew. A different plant or fungus each month is the focus of our Meet the Experts tour every Tuesday in our What's On listing.
You can also hop on the Kew Explorer land train (£5 for adults, £2 for children)
For walks, tours and more check What's on.
Escape to a rainforest climate inside the iconic Palm House. Discover which plants coffee, rubber and chocolate come from and find out more about the Madagascan 'suicide palm'.
Brave the heights of our Treetop Walkway and admire the view from 18 metres above the woodland floor.
Delight your senses with the colourful displays inside the Davies Alpine House. Here you will find exqusite alpines such as campanulas, dianthus, helichrysum, primulas, thymes, tulips and verbascums.
Kew Gardens is a world heritage site and a place of global significance.
Here you can enjoy the most diverse living plant collection in the world.
For talks, courses and more check What's on.
For the latest events, exhibitions, seasonal highlights and developments at Kew Gardens.