There is so much to see and do on a visit to Kew Gardens. Here's some essential information to help plan your trip.
All the essentials
Eating and drinking
Our cafés and restaurants offer lots of choice including hot meals, afternoon tea, coffee and cakes, sandwiches and snacks.
Our gift shops are crammed with gifts, books, prints and homeware inspired by the plants and fungi of Kew.
We've got everything you need for the perfect big day out, with family-friendly activities, a Giant Badger Sett and 300 acres to explore.
Kew Gardens is an incredible classroom. Inspire your students with our curriculum-linked education sessions, from Early Years to Key Stage 5.
We offer reduced ticket prices for groups of 15 or more. We also offer private tours and meal vouchers.
We welcome visitors with disabilities, their carers, family members and friends to enjoy the Gardens.
Have a look at the map to get the most of your visit.
What's in the Gardens
Expand your skills
Walk and tours
Themed tours take place daily, covering seasonal highlights and a history of Kew. You can also jump on the Kew Explorer or spend time meeting the experts.
Learn at Kew
Deepen your knowledge of the natural world by joining one of our seasonal adult courses in photography, horticulture, botanical art or wellbeing.