Kew Gardens & Palace

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a World Heritage Site located in 300 acres of stunning vistas and 6 magnificent glasshouses set in a beautiful landscape beside the River Thames

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Kew Gardens & Palace Tickets
Our Gardens are open to give you an opportunity for exercise and fresh air during these difficult times. Your safety, and that of our staff is our highest priority.

You’ll need to book a time slot before you come to help us stagger entry flow and reduce queues.

Only book as many as you need, and don’t forget to cancel if you can no longer make it so others can visit.

Don’t worry; we’ve got toilets and takeaway outdoor food and drink facilities across the site.

See the changes we’ve made to keep you safe

To protect our amazing plants (and our visitors) we have rules around behaviour in the Gardens to read before you come.

Specific buildings and structures, such as the Glasshouse and Galleries, will be closed in line with government guidance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Please check our planned closures before your visit to avoid disappointment.

Please follow government advice. If you or your guest has symptoms of COVID-19 or are self-isolating you must not visit the Gardens.

When booking remember:

You can only visit an outdoor public place with the people you live with, with your support bubble or, when on your own, with one person from another household
You will have 45 minutes from your chosen time slot to enter the Gardens; once you’re inside, stay as long as you like.
Please do not arrive before the time on your ticket.
Members must bring ID and membership card, or proof of membership number (like an email).
Blue Light Card ticket holders must bring their Blue Light Card.
Getting there:

Under the recent lockdown, you may only leave your home for limited reasons, including for outdoor exercise. This should be done locally e.g. your town, village or part of the city where you live. Please check gov.uk for further guidance, including rules around public transport and car sharing.
Walk, cycle or drive; plan your trip to Kew Gardens
Victoria Gate, Elizabeth Gate and Brentford Gate are operating as usual.
Parking on Kew Road is entirely prohibited.
Please note no ticket offers or promotions are valid at this time,
Please select your entry time and book tickets

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