Discovery and Access Programme
Join us for inclusive tours and workshops at Kew Gardens. We work with disabled and non-disabled people to offer accessible learning opportunities for everyone.
Enjoy the great outdoors and learn more about the amazing world of plants and fungi.
Our accessible tours and events at Kew Gardens welcome disabled and non-disabled people to learn more about our science, history and horticulture. You are welcome to join our tours and events on your own, or with your personal assistant, friends or family.
All our tours and workshops are open to groups and individuals who are members of Community Access Scheme (CAS) at Kew Gardens.
Community wellbeing walks
Join us for a walk around the beautiful setting of Kew Gardens.
Free for local community groups.
Plants and wellbeing
Enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of nature through activities such Tai Chi, nature-inspired art sessions and more at Kew.
Out of hours access events
Exclusive opportunities to enjoy Kew Gardens outside of general entry times.
Designed for people who benefit from visiting at quieter times (for example, people with autism spectrum conditions or sensory processing differences).
Accessible maps and activities to get more from your self-guided visits to Kew.
Tours for visitors with visual impairment
This sensory experience gives you the chance to touch and smell plants and other features in the Gardens. Tours are led by our specially-trained tour guides.
Tours with British Sign Language interpretation
Our British Sign Language tours are for anyone who is D/deaf or hard of hearing. Enjoy a fascinating overview of the Gardens, its history and important scientific work.
Health walks for people who have dementia
Join us for a relaxing, gentle walk through Kew Gardens. Designed for people who have dementia and their support workers, personal assistants or friends and family.
Get in touch
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07341114533 to book or for more information.
Need assistance to support your visit? Please get in touch and we will do everything we can to make your experience enjoyable and comfortable. Have a look at our accessibility information to help you plan your visit.
If you are interested in volunteering on the Discovery & Access programme, please contact email@example.com