Kew Gardens Tickets Priority Access
Plan the perfect family day out with Kew Gardens tickets
Established in 1840, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew is home to the world’s most diverse mycological and botanical collections. Also known as Kew Gardens, this non-departmental public body is a botanical research and educational institution in the UK. The gardens’ living collection accommodates over 30,000 different plant species, while the herbarium comprises more than seven million conserved plant specimens. Every year, Kew Gardens hosts approximately 2.1 million visitors. The Gardens were included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2003. Book Kew Gardens Tickets for the entire family for a wonderful journey into nature.
Skip the queues with priority access tickets
The best way to visit the Kew Gardens is with priority access tickets, which save you the trouble of standing in long, frustrating lines before you can enter. Zoom past the queues and use the extra time for an in-depth exploration of the vast stretches of conservatories, gardens, and art galleries that the large area holds. Enjoy the beautiful views of everything natural around you. During your visit, you can smell the alluring chocolate trees, water lilies, roses, and much more.
The Children’s Garden allocates a ninety-minute timeslot if you wish to explore it. However, you must make a quick decision here as timeslots are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additionally, Queen Charlotte’s Cottage, the Pagoda and the Kew Palace close on 30th September 2019. So, make sure you book your tickets early to avoid missing out. Kew Palace includes a fifty-five-foot tall new attraction called The Hive. It replicates the sounds and vibrations that occur inside a real beehive. Special sensors fitted inside an authentic hive helps the gardens achieve this feat. Get your Kew Gardens Tickets to enjoy a lifetime experience amidst nature.
300 acres to explore
The Kew site consists of 128 hectares of botanical glasshouses and gardens for you to explore. Far away from the bustling crowds of the capital, you get the opportunity to embrace nature unlike anywhere else. Breathe in the fresh air that engulfs the entire area and walk through the gardens’ various attractions.
Check out the citrus trees that fill the orangery with its sweet smell. The eighteen-metre tall Treetop Walkway offers an unmatched feeling of excitement as you hover above different shades of red, blue and green. The classical Kew Palace and the Temperate Gardens are sure to amaze you, too. The Temperate House is the biggest Victorian glasshouse in the whole world, and it shelters some of the most vulnerable and rarest temperate zone plants from various parts of the globe.
Two art galleries at Kew Gardens attract a lot of attention. The Shirley Sherwood gallery showcases a wide variety of botanical art, while the Marianne North Gallery displays numerous magnificent artworks from all over the world.
Overall, the Gardens are meant for everyone. People of all ages can explore and discover nature’s true beauty here. Purchase Kew Gardens Tickets today and lose yourself in the Gardens’ allure.
- Priority access to Kew Gardens
- Access to the art galleries, Kew Palace, greenhouses and Treetop Walkway
- Free guided walking tours twice daily
- Map and guide to seasonal highlights
- Access to the Children's Garden
- Hop-on hop-off land train
- Christmas at Kew
Kew Gardens are open every day from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Kew Palace is open every day from 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
The last admission is one hour before closing.
Getting your tickets
You will receive email confirmation shortly after booking. Please display your tickets on your mobile device at the entrance to the Kew Gardens.
Flexible Cancellation Policy
Tickets can be cancelled for a full refund up to 24 hours before your selected visiting date.