UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets

UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets

UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets
UK London Kew Gardens E-Tickets

Overview

If you are tired of the crowds in London, why not visit Kew Gardens, the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, southwest London? A World Heritage Site, Kew Gardens' expansive grounds offer not only a wide variety of plants, but also greenhouses, palaces, and other architectural features. If you are planning to visit Kew Gardens, get a ticket in advance for smooth entry.

Highlights

  • Pick up a Kew Gardens ticket and visit one of the largest botanical gardens in the world – the perfect escape from London's crowds and tubes
  • See conservatories with rare jungle plants, wander the overarching treetop walkway, and visit the art galleries and restaurants
  • With 121 hectares to explore, there's time to stop and smell the roses (and the oranges, water lilies, cacao trees...) Description

Key Information

Description

Make London sightseeing a literal breath of fresh air with tickets to Kew Gardens. Your Kew Gardens tickets get you into the world's largest botanical gardens, where you can roam a sprawling outdoor green space far from the madding crowd. Spot landmark sites like Kew Palace, the 10-story Chinese pagoda, the vast and beautiful Temperate House, and even a cascading waterfall. Founded in 1840, Kew Gardens boasts over 30,000 different plant varieties and is more like a green museum, showcasing and celebrating different periods of landscape architecture and gardening styles. You'll even find a royal palace on the site! Tickets to Kew Gardens will also allow you to visit Temperate House – the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, home to 1,500 plant species. The park's botanists tend to some of the rarest and most threatened temperate zone plants from Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Get the best view of the gardens from the Treetop Walkway. Take inventory of the grounds atop the foliage, and get a unique vantage point of the park. Ground yourself again with a trip to the art galleries, included with your Kew Gardens ticket purchase. The Marianne North Gallery hosts art from around the world, while the Shirley Sherwood contains botanical art.