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  • Explore the worlds most beautiful garden

  • Delve into an exotic rainforest in England.The Palm House is the most iconic glasshouse in the world.

    Plan a day full of breathtaking sights with a group visit to Kew Gardens.

    Wander through extensive gardens under glass reaching up to 27C and stroll a soaring walkway amidst tree canopies.

    Step inside Britains most intimate royal palace; Kew Palace, the family home of King George III.

    See collections of botanical art in two fascinating galleries. Discover 250 years of royal history as you explore Londons largest World Heritage Site.

    Check www.kew.org/groups for prices and booking forms.

  • Be amazed by giant lily pads.

    Each one strong enough to support a

    ten-year-old child.

    Find yourself surrounded by

    colourful floral displays.Our annual orchid

    festival is the perfect way to warm up

    in winter.

  • Will you enjoy Kew as much as King

    George III, Queen Charlotte and their 15 children? Explore Kew Palace and the

    Royal Kitchens.

    Floor-to-ceiling paintings.

    The Marianne North Gallery is a treasure

    house filled with 833 paintings documenting

    the artists travels.

    See 30,000 different kinds of

    plants indoors and out.The Palm House is one

    of our great glasshouses displaying rare plants

    from around the world.

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    OrangeryRestaurant

    Pavilion RestaurantClosed in winter months

    White Peaks Caf & Shop

    Victoria Plaza Caf & Shop

    ELIZABETHGATE

    LION GATE

    BRENTFORD GATE

    VICTORIAGATE

    Princess of Wales Conservatory

    Palm HousePalm House

    Temperate HouseClosed for restoration

    Davies Alpine House

    Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkway

    JapaneseGateway

    Pagoda

    Ruined Arch

    Marianne NorthGallery

    King Williams Temple

    Berberis Dell

    Temple ofBellona

    MediterraneanGarden

    The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art

    Plants + PeopleExhibition

    Dukes Garden

    Plant Family Beds

    Kew GardensGallery

    GrassGarden

    SecludedGarden

    Templeof Aeolus

    WoodlandGarden

    Rock Garden

    Rose Garden

    Aquatic Garden

    Ginkgo

    Bonsai House,Student Vegetable Plots

    Temple ofArethusa

    Waterlily House

    Holly Walk

    Aquatic display

    Queens Garden

    Rhododendron Dell

    Minka House

    QueenCharlottes

    CottageWeekends April Sept

    Bamboo Garden

    Sackler Crossing

    Woodland Glade

    Waterlily PondPinetum

    Azalea GardenMagnolias

    Compost HeapRedwood Grove

    WildlifeObservation Centre

    Winter Garden

    Wollemi pine

    Glasshouse walkwayMarine Aquarium

    Palm HouseParterre

    The Gardens cover 132 ha (326 acres).Elizabeth Gate to the Pagoda is approximately 1.6 km (1 mile).

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    Kew Gardens Station 0.5 km(District Line & London Overground)

    Kew Bridge Station 0.8 kmacross Kew Bridge(South West Trains)

    Towpath to Kew Pierand boats

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    Coaches set down point

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    Relax aboard the Kew ExplorerTake a 40-minute tour with live commentary. Hop on and off at seven stops to reach every corner of the 132 hectare site.

    Get an insiders view Book a guided walking tour for an extra special visit. Hear stories of Kews royal past and discover the work of scientists today.

    Contact usFor help planning your visit and booking information, please contact us:Tel. 0208 332 5648 Email: groups@kew.org www.kew.org/groups

    Kew Gardens is located in Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB. It is less than five minutes from the M4 motorway and less than 15 minutes from the M25. The group bookings office can advise on coach and minibus parking options and convenient drop-off points.

    Kew Gardens is less than 10 minutes walk from Kew Gardens Station for the London Underground and London Overground (Zone 3). It is 15 minutes walk from Kew Bridge Station for national rail services.

    Visiting Kew Gardens

    Enhance your visit with group meal optionsEnjoy afternoon tea, sandwiches and hot meals at a choice of four cafs and restaurants. Reserved tables and private dining can be arranged on request.

    Open year-round from 9.30am daily (except 24 25 December). Closing times vary seasonally. With lift access throughout Kew Palace and up to the Treetop Walkway, Kew Gardens is perfect for all ages. Paths are largely flat and there is ramp access to all glasshouses and galleries.