Get adult and child Priority Entrance Tickets to Kew Gardens, one of the world’s largest botanical gardens
Explore several gardens, greenhouses, buildings, and see more than 30,000 different species of plants
Climb up the Treetop Walkway and walk among the branches of great trees
Visit Marianne North Gallery and the Shirley Sherwood Gallery located within the gardens
London isn't just about high rise buildings and historical sites, so if you feel like you need a tiny break from all the hustle and bustle of England's capital city, a visit to Kew Gardens might just be what you need! First founded in 1840, the botanical garden is one of the largest in the entire world. Here, you can walk around in curated gardens and see more than 30,000 different kinds of plant species in its conservatories.
Explore the computer-controlled climate zones of the Princess of Wales Conservatory, the idyllic Queen’s Garden, the stunning Kew Palace, and more. Climb up the Treetop Walkway and you'll find yourself among the branches of tall, great trees, or sit by the lake at Sackler Crossing before visiting Marianne North Gallery or the Shirley Sherwood for international or botanical art. With a size of 121 hectares, there's plenty for you to visit and explore!
Let's spend a day in one of England's most famous botanical gardens!
Come see the elegant Kew Palace!
Explore an indoor rainforest world in Palm House
Discover a fun way to learn about plants inside fascinating greenhouses
The gardens are the perfect place to witness the flowers beautifully bloom in springtime!