Take in the sights and get back to nature with Thames Cruise and Kew Gardens combo tickets
The Thames Cruise and Kew Gardens combo is a boon to people who love nature and serenity. Both experiences are toppers in the list of London’s attractions and are equally amazing. Explore nature’s beauty in the massive Kew Gardens and board the hop-on-hop-off River Thames Cruise for an alternate perspective of the city. They promise a wonderful tour to every visitor, irrespective of whether you are a local or a tourist. Get your combo tickets to embark on a mesmerising journey through nature.
Cruise the River Thames and see the sights
Cruising along the Thames is utterly relaxing and one of the best ways to view London’s attractions. This sightseeing trip covers the most important and iconic riverside landmarks in the capital. The hop-on-hop-off cruise allows you to alight at any of the four designated piers before boarding it again. With cruises are available at the piers every thirty minutes, you can take your time to admire London’s awe-inspiring monuments and views before hopping on again. The multilingual onboard commentary reveals interesting facts and details about the capital city and its heritage. Improve your journey by sipping on refreshing drinks complemented by the cool breezes of the river. The onboard bars are fully equipped with food and beverages to help you relax.
After you’ve finished, you still have much more to enjoy. The Thames Cruise and Kew Gardens combo are incomplete without you exploring one of the world’s most beautiful gardens, Kew Gardens.
Kew Gardens: Over 300 acres to explore
Kew Gardens, also the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a global crucial botanical research and educational institution located in the United Kingdom. This non-departmental public body employs over seven hundred staff and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs funds it.
Kew Gardens offers ultimate tranquillity, and you can spend hours exploring it. The gardens consist of one of the most extensive collections of various flowers and plants in the world. However, Kew Gardens accommodates more than just flowers and plants. It also houses three large galleries dedicated to botanical art, extensive glasshouses, and a tree-top walkway. Take your time to explore the different themed areas of the gardens. Discover giant lily pad varieties in the Waterlily House and experience the feeling of rainforest when you walk into the Palm House. As you move inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory, you can feel the differences in the ten climatic zones.
Your visit to the Kew Gardens during summer also opens the doors to the royal Kew Palace. There, you can witness its newest 17-metre tall attraction, The Hive. High-tech sensors installed inside a real beehive replicates the vibrations and sounds to bring this attraction to life. The exhibit aims to educate people about the role of bees in sustaining our planet. This, combined with the other exhibitions, makes your visit to the Kew Gardens unforgettable.
Enjoy both entertaining and educational experiences on the same day with the Thames Cruise and Kew Gardens combo tickets. You will have just as much fun as you will also learn.
- Board at any one of the piers convenient to you and explore the sights of the Thames, with boats departing every 30 minutes.
- Visit London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kew Botanical Gardens, and discover stunning plant life
- Hop-on Hop-off all day sightseeing cruise ticket
- Entry to Kew Gardens
Cruises begin at 10 AM daily.
Kew Gardens are open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM.
Kew Palace is open every day from 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
Last admission to the Gardens is one hour before closing.
Getting your tickets
You will receive email confirmation shortly after booking. Please display it on your mobile device at the entrance to the Kew Gardens to gain entry.
Reduced Price Tickets
Children under 16 are eligible for reduced price tickets. Infants aged 0-4 enter for free.
This experience is wheelchair accessible.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended, or rescheduled.