Natural Area, Galleries and Cedar Vista
Included with entry to the Gardens. Save on the price of your ticket when you book online
Visit Rebecca's Life in Death exhibition, and weave your way through the hanging garlands of flowers. The garlands are made up from her personal collection of flowers dried and preserved over a six year period.
Find out how Lindsay Sekulowicz used botanist and the 19th century explorer Richard Spruce's collections from the Brazilian Amazon as her inspiration.
Lindsay's work will be alongside that of Richard Spruce.
Dr Shirley Sherwood will introduce you to a seasonal selection of contemporary botanical paintings from her extensive art collection. The exhibition features paintings of fruit and plants from around the world.
Follow our self guided trail through the trees of Kew's arboretum, where the fiery maples of New England and the warm Asian Sorbus will awaken your senses and allow you to appreciate Kew's trees as the season changes. Pick up a map for the trail from the gate as you enter the Gardens.
Meet the experts: fungi – Tuesdays 3, 10, 24 and 31 October, 11.30am, tours last up to 1½ hours
Sensory walk for people with sight loss – Sunday 8 October, 11.30am and 2pm – booking essential
Discovery bus tours for people with walking difficulties – Tuesday 10 October, 11.30am and 2pm – booking essential
Walks for people with dementia – Tuesday 17 October, 10.30am from Victoria Gate, walk lasts up to one hour
Documenting the work of Rebecca Louise Law who uses preserved flowers to create her sculptures.
A visually spectacular insight into the hidden secrets of plant pollination.
Susan Ogilvy's delicate paintings of both sides of the leaves of 37 trees.
Discover why England has more ancient native oak trees than the rest of Europe combined.
A celebration of trees illustated by Japanese artist Masumi Yamanaka.
A guide to the iconic trees in Kew's arboretum, a unique mix of the rare, ancient, useful and beautiful.
A locket for autumn: Falling oak leaves and acrons with a squirrel hiding inside.
Limited edition print celebrating the changing seasons at Kew
Hand cast, painted and glazed clay and pewter art piece to celebrat autumn.