Ways to save at Kew Gardens
Make the most of your visit to Kew with a selection of discounts; affordable food and drink options; free tours, events and exhibitions; and budget transport options.
Discounts and offers
Advanced booking discount
Book tickets online 48 hours or more from the time of entry to receive a discounted price.
Reduced ticket prices after 4pm
Enjoy £10 tickets to Kew Gardens after 4pm during the summer months for late afternoon, peaceful strolls across our diverse landscapes, with over 50,000 living plants to discover.
Universal Credit and Pension Credit discounts
You can visit our Gardens for £1 if you are in receipt of Universal Credit or Pension Credit.
The new ticket allows you to book online or to walk up and pay £1 on the gate.
Discounted tickets to Kew Gardens are available for children, young people (16 to 29), visitors with a disability, senior citizens 65+, local residents and others.
Become a Kew member to enjoy unlimited free visits to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst; get exclusive access to events and discounts; and help us build a greener future for all.
A Young Person (aged 16 to 29) membership starts from as little as £32.
Community Access Scheme
The Community Access Scheme (CAS) is a group annual membership for organisations that give support to people experiencing barriers to visiting Kew.
Other ways to save
Bring a picnic
Grab your picnic blanket and favourite foods and drink, and head to Kew Gardens for al fresco dining.
Free water refill stations
You needn't go thirsty at Kew with our water refill stations located across our 300 acre site.
Free guided tours
Our seasonal walking tours led by experienced guides are included with entry to the Gardens.
We love to welcome cyclists to our Gardens.
There are bicycle racks at all four gates. At Elizabeth Gate and Victoria Gate, the racks are inside the gates behind the booths.
Bikes left outside our gates are left at your own risk.
We do not allow bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, and scooters into the Gardens.
Route 65 stops close to Lion Gate, Elizabeth Gate and Victoria Gate.
Route 110 stops near Kew Gardens station and Elizabeth Gate.
Routes 237 and 267 stop at Kew Bridge station.
Kew Bridge station is 800m from Elizabeth Gate, via Kew Bridge. South West Trains run services from Waterloo, via Vauxhall and Clapham Junction. There is no level access at Kew Bridge.
Richmond station has lift and level access. Take 65 bus (in the direction of Ealing Broadway) to Lion or Victoria Gate.
Kew Gardens station is 500m from Victoria Gate. It is in Zone 3 and is served by the District Line (Richmond branch) and London Overground.
There is no level access from the westbound platform. It is possible to continue one stop to Richmond and catch a tube back to use the eastbound platform which does have level access.