Kew Gardens

Parks and gardens

Attractions

Kew, Surrey

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  • Inside Temperate House

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  • Summer at Kew © A.McRobb

  • Princess of Wales House

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  • Waterlilies House

  • Spring at Kew

  • Winter at Kew © Andrew McRobb

  • Winter at Kew © Andrew McRobb

  • Winter at Kew © A.McRobb

Temperate House

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  • Address:

    Kew Gardens London
    TW9 3AB

  • Venue phone:

    020 8332 5655

  • Venue website:

    www.kew.org

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 9.30am-6.30pm; Mar 30-Aug 25: Mon-Fri 9.30am-7.30pm; Sat, Sun, bank holidays 9.30am-5.30pm; Winter 9am-4.15pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Kew Gardens Rail: Kew Bridge

  • Price:

    £15, £14 concs, under-17s free

  • Map

    1. Kew Gardens
      • London
        TW9 3AB
      • 020 8332 5655
      • www.kew.org
      • 51.483651,-0.289724

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Christmas at Kew Gardens

Things to do, Shopping

Kew's annual seasonal makeover is back. For 2014, a glittery, mile-long trail, guided by snowflakes, will wind its way through the landscape. French studio design team TILT are creating 27 botanically-inspired light installations, which will be dotted...

Christmas at Kew Gardens
  1. Wed Nov 26 – Sat Jan 3 2015
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. £17, children (age 4-6) £12, under-fours...
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Deadly and Disgusting Plants and Fungi

Things to do

Get a taste – not literally – of the natural world's most sneaky and dangerous flora with this collection of special tours, displays and workshops at Kew Gardens. Young visitors can follow clues and puzzles on a trail through the gardens to help save...

Deadly and Disgusting Plants and Fungi
  1. Sat Oct 18 – Sun Nov 2
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. Free with admission
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Intoxication Season: Mind Altering Plants and Fungi

Festivals, Things to do

Mind-altering substances hold a special fascination for many people - and what could be better than having the botanical experts at Kew to explain them? The Intoxication Season will explore everything from the opium poppy to coffee, alcohol and tobacco,...

Intoxication Season: Mind Altering Plants and Fungi
  1. Thu Oct 2 – Sun Oct 12
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. Prices and times vary
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The Plant Connoisseurs Club

Things to do

Kew Gardens will gain an alternative café for the length of its Intoxication Season, tucked away in the Secluded Glasshouse and run by masters of the unexpected Bompas and Parr. In small groups, guests will be introduced to many curious and culturally...

The Plant Connoisseurs Club
  1. Sat Oct 4 – Sun Oct 12
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. £5
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Wartime Themed Tours at Kew Gardens

Natural history and wildlife, Guided tours, Things to do

These walking tours led by volunteer guides explore sites and stories relevant to both World Wars at Kew. Visitors will take in the classically inspired Temple of Arethusa with it's bronze memorial plaque commemorating Kew's fallen members, and former...

Wartime Themed Tours at Kew Gardens
  1. Sat Nov 1 – Sun Nov 30
  2. Kew Gardens
  3. Included with entry to the Gardens
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Ed G

My girlfriend and I took her grandparents for a day trip to Kew Gardens and all had a great day out, there was so much to do and see that we'll definitely be going back again as we barely saw a fraction of it. So much thought has been put into the entire place that it caters for all needs, interests and tastes. You feel transported to a different country just 20 minutes on the train out of London.

Nicolas Casana

My parents from USA toured the garden with me and they loved it very much as the garden itself preserved and cared for the living plants from all over the world .,.,.,,...A good place for everybody to visit .,.,.

Claudia Baptista

A good place to spend the day. The gardens are so big that I didn't manage to see all, since I arrived there after lunch time, but I loved every moment. From the cafés to the diferent kinds of gardens and the shop it was really lovely. Probably a little bit pricy since we were 2 adults and the ticket doesn't include anything else (not the ride on the little train for e.g.), but I enjoyed every moment.