Visit Kew

There is so much to see and do on a visit to Kew Gardens. Here's some essential information to help plan your trip.

Holly berries

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Find out more about time slots and prices.

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10am – 3pm (last entry 2pm)*

*Gardens closed all day on 24 and 25 December

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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.

All the essentials

  • Coronavirus guidance

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

  • Pavilion Bar and Grill dishes

    Eating and drinking

    Enjoy tasty seasonal takeaway food and drink at our cafés and restaurants.

  • Callistemon citrinus,  the bottlebrush plant

    Plants

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

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.

Palm trees in the glasshouse

Kew needs you

If you love Kew, help us conserve the world’s plants and fungi and protect the millions of lives that depend on them.

  • Group visits

    Our visits are on hold, but we do offer reduced ticket prices for groups of 15 or more. We also offer private tours and meal vouchers. 

  • Inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory

    Accessibility

    We welcome visitors with disabilities, their carers, family members and friends to enjoy the Gardens.

  • Map

    Have a look at the map to get the most of your visit.

What's in the Gardens

Expand your skills

  • A tour of the nursery

    Walk and tours

    Themed tours take place daily, covering seasonal highlights and a history of Kew. You can also spend time meeting the experts.

  • Artist Masumi Yamanaka examines plants at Kew

    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.

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