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Kew is London's largest UNESCO World Heritage site offering unique landscapes and iconic architecture from every stage of the Gardens' history. Their collection of living plants is the largest and most diverse in the world, growing out in the Gardens and inside glasshouses.
Our guide to Kew Gardens Ticket
Explore 330 acres of tropical oasis at Kew Gardens in Richmond, southwest London. This incredible natural haven is full of rare and beautiful flowers and dangerous and carnivorous plants housed in temperate Victorian glass greenhouses.
Walkthrough the stunning Palm House, a feat of Victorian glass architecture, full of endangered and useful plants, including the cocoa tree and the oldest pot plant in the world.
Discover mountainous flora and fauna in the Rock Garden filled with waterfalls and plants from Himalayan mountain streams and meadows and the peaks of New Zealand.
Among many more of the incredible attractions at Kew Botanical Gardens is the must-see Princess of Wales Conservatory. Adventure from the deserts to the tropics in this glass labyrinth full of Venus flytraps and pitcher plants who have evolved to swallow their prey in less than half a second.
Giant water lilies float in the wet tropical zone in this humid hothouse, opened by Princess Diana in 1897.
Kew Botanical Gardens is truly one of London’s most beautiful attractions filled with wild and exotic natural phenomena, a real escape from the frenzy of modern life.
21 May to 18 September 2022
Food Forever This summer season highlights how what we eat can help us protect our planet and conserve biodiversity.
- Kew’s exciting 2022 summer programme shines a light on the fragile future of food
- Food Forever to explore how the food choices we make impact the planet
- Large-scale art installations form an interactive journey around the gardens
- Film screenings and talks from food innovators, scientists, and chef collaborations
- Immersive art exhibition from Pip & Pop in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Kew Gardens Ticket
- Please note that this experience is non-changeable and non-refundable.
- You will receive a voucher for this experience. Please read it thoroughly.
- Nearest Train Station: Kew Bridge.
- Nearest Underground: Kew Gardens.
- Bus Routes: 65, 391, 237 or 267.
- The treetop walkway, Climbers & Creepers, the Children’s Garden, the galleries, Kew Palace and Kew Explorer are currently closed.
- Bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, micro-scooters, balace bikes and other vehicles (except powered wheelchairs) must be left at the gate.
- Customers will need to arrive within 45 minutes of their time slot.
- Cancellation Policy: Your tickets can be cancelled free of charge up to 72 hours before your visit. No refunds are given for cancellations made within 72 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions for Kew Gardens Ticket
Can I buy tickets for Kew Gardens at the gate?
Entry to the Gardens is advance booking only. You will need to pre-book your time slot.
Can I go to the shop in Kew Gardens without a ticket?
No an entrance ticket is required to visit the gift shop.
Can I show my ticket to Kew Gardens on my phone?
Yes any ticket purchased on our site, you can just show the confirmation number on your phone (once you have downloaded the voucher we send you), or you can print and take it with you if you prefer.
Can I visit Kew Gardens with the RHS subscription?
No Kew Gardens is not part of the RHS membership.
Where is my Kew Gardens ticket?
Your voucher will be ready in your customer account after payment. You can then download to take with you at any time.
Does my ticket to Kew Gardens include the Children's Garden?
To let the kids loose in the Children's Garden, add a free play session for each child to your main Kew Gardens ticket when you pre-book your time slot online. This will allow you to select a 60-minute session in advance of your visit. Tickets will then be scanned either from paper or a mobile device upon entry to the Children’s Garden.
How can I buy a ticket to Kew Gardens?
Can I use my ticket to Kew Gardens more than once?
Our tickets allow one visit only to Kew Gardens and Palace.
Can I cancel my Kew Gardens ticket?
Please note that this experience is non-changeable and non-refundable.
What is the nearest train station to Kew Gardens?
The nearest train station is Kew Bridge.
What is the nearest tube station to Kew Gardens?
The nearest underground is Kew Gardens.
What bus can I get to Kew Gardens?
There are a few bus routes which include the 65, 391, 237 or 267.
Is there a map of Kew Gardens?
Yes, maps are available at the entrance.
What are the opening times at Kew Gardens?
Kew Gardens opens from 10am. Closing times vary from 3pm to 6pm so do check on their direct site.
Does Kew Gardens have good accessibility for disabled visitors?
The gardens at Kew are mainly flat and have plenty of tarmac paths which are suitable for wheelchair users. If you need assistance whilst at the attraction, the Kew team are happy to provide information on getting around.
Food & Drink
Can I take a picnic to Kew Gardens?
Picnics are allowed throughout the Gardens. There are also many places to purchase food such as the Orangery , White Peaks and The Botanical.
Rides & Attractions
What plants will I see at Kew Gardens?