Wakehurst tickets and prices
We look forward to welcoming you to Wakehurst soon. Book your ticket online today.
Book your visit
You can purchase any ticket type at our Visitor Centre, but to reduce queues, we strongly encourage you to pre-book online before visiting Wakehurst.
Wakehurst and Kew Members
Free unlimited entry. From £35 a year.
National Trust members
Free (car parking charges apply)
Late entry from 3.30pm: £8.25
Young person (aged 17 to 25)
Late entry from 3.30pm: £4.00
Children (0 to 16)
All children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
For visitors receiving Universal Credit or Pension Credit. Proof of either Universal Credit, Pension Credit or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) must be presented upon entry.
Corporate Member guest
Car Free Travel
For visitors travelling by public transport, bicycle or on foot. You will need to present proof of travel upon entry.
Come as a group to Wakehurst and enjoy discounted entry from £13.20 per adult.
Car parking charges
Wakehurst parking is free for:
- Garden entry ticket holders
- Kew and Wakehurst members
- Kew member guests
Car park charges apply to National Trust members.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has a longstanding relationship with the National Trust, meaning National Trust members enjoy free entry to Wakehurst. However, we are funded and managed by RBG Kew, not the National Trust, which means we need to ask for a parking contribution to keep our future thriving.
Together with the National Trust, we’re researching the best ways to protect nature, prevent biodiversity loss, and build a better tomorrow. We can’t do it without you. Thank you.
Up to 45 minutes – FREE
45 minutes to 150 minutes (2.5 hours) - £7.00
Over 150 minutes - £12.00
We operate automated number plate recognition technology at Wakehurst. This will provide a seamless entry and exit to our car park for all our visitors. For more information on how we use your personal data when parking at Wakehurst, please visit our Wakehurst car parking privacy notice.
Before you come
Please familiarise yourself with our Dos and Don'ts so that everyone can enjoy Wakehurst to its fullest.
Disability assistance dogs are welcome everwhere in the gardens on a short lead.
As of 27 February 2023, visitors are welcome to walk their dogs at Wakehurst. Dogs must be on a short lead and kept to the designated dog-friendly route. Read more about bringing your dog to Wakehurst.
If you think you won't be able to attend, simply log into your account here and select 'cancel order' to free up a place for someone else.
You will receive a full refund if you cancel more than 48 hours before your time. If you cancel within 48 hours of your time, you may not be eligible so we suggest you purchase our Refund Protection.
If you have tickets to a specific event that has been cancelled, we will be in touch with more details.
As we are a charity, please consider donating your ticket price to help us continue our vital conservation work.
If you need to change your ticket allocation, visit Customer Service (seetickets.com).
On arrival you will need to present:
Your membership card, or email confirmation of membership if you have one.
Your ticket, if you have one (either on a phone or print out).
If you have booked with a voucher then please ensure you bring this with you.
Concessions may need to provide ID.
Bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, micro-scooters, balance bikes and other vehicles (except powered wheelchairs) must be left at the gate.