Kew Gardens Entrance Ticket

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Duration - 3 to 4 hours

INR 1,045 p.p. onwards

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Kew, United Kingdom

See floral splendor and scenery without leaving London on a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew! Commonly known as Kew Gardens, the UNESCO World Heritage Site comprises 326 acres (121 hectares) of beautiful scenery with rare plants from around the world. Head inside with your Kew Gardens ticket and explore at leisure.

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INR 1,045
p.p. onwards


INR 1,045
p.p. onwards


INR 1,045
p.p. onwards


INR 1,045
p.p. onwards

Visit: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Herbarium Kew Green, Kew, Richmond-upon-Thames TW9 3AE England

Head inside Kew Gardens and then spend as little or as much time as you like exploring London’s finest botanical gardens. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kew Gardens consists of acres of tranquil grounds with one of the world’s largest collections of plants. Either walk around at leisure or join one of the free guided walking tours that take place daily in the gardens.

Stroll around admiring highlights like the Azalea Garden, Minka House and Bamboo Garden in the center of the park. Check out the 17th century-style Queen’s Garden near Kew Palace (also known as the Dutch House), and see several of Kew’s oldest sculptures that were donated by the British Royal Family.

Perhaps take a walk along the Rhizotron and Xstrara Treetop Walkway, and stroll through the crowns of oak trees at a height of 59 feet (18m), seeing birdlife, fungi and lichen up close. Watch out for the 10-storey Pagoda in the southwest corner of the gardens, and wander along the Holly Walk, seeing trees that have grown there for over 130 years.

Bask in balmy tropical temperatures inside Temperate House – the world’s largest surviving Victorian glasshouse – and see a spectacular array of African plants and sub-tropical trees and palms. In the center of the beautiful building is a Chilean Wine Palm, which is said to be one of the world’s tallest indoor plants.

With plenty of leafy picnic areas, as well as four cafés on site, you can eat lunch inside the gardens (own expense), or simply sit down and relax in between seeing all the rich flora and fauna.

Terms & conditions

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Additional info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Admission time slots have been introduced for all visitors. All visitors to Kew Gardens aged 16 and over are requested to check-in using the NHS COVID-19 app upon arrival.


  • Admission ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Recent reviews

tad10s   19th September 2022

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Beautiful flowers and relaxing place to enjoy the day. A large and lovely place to stroll around and relax. So many different areas to explore.

dianegG3072LU   25th September 2022

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the man who checked in our voucher was very pleasant and very helped, also advised us about the train that goes around the grounds, where and when to get it and how to buy tickets, we had a really pleasant day and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves throughout

Ed_Uyeshima   26th September 2022

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I had been meaning to come here ever since I bought a London Underground poster that highlighted Kew Gardens as a tube destination. won't tell you how many years ago that was, but it did a good job covering a big water stain on the wall of my dorm room. Yes, we're talking about quite a few rings around my trunk. And now finally I made it here with my husband, and it was less than an hour on one tube line (District). Then it was a quick stroll to the main entrance at Victoria Gate. Admission was just £15 ($17.75 US) - which struck us as quite a bargain since as I expected, we were overwhelmed by the scale of the gardens. We were also overwhelmed by the wearying 87-degree July weather, and it became a battle over the survival of the coolest. Consequently we didn't stay as long as we would have on a reasonably fair day. That meant we didn't get to features like the treetop walkway or the Japanese garden - but luckily we're from Northern California, so we've seen our share of such features. On the other hand, we hit the main attractions, most obviously the flagship Palm House built with traditional wrought iron arches. Its 62-foot nave accommodated a catwalk which provided a uniquely elevated view of all the tropical foliage. Twice as big as the Palm was the Temperate House which has recently been restored and much more space for random wandering. We also took in the Waterlily House with dozens of huge lily pads and the Princess of Wales Conservatory which housed a lot of cacti and orchids in a uniquely angular building. We toured the Kew Palace, apparently the smallest of the royal palaces, which has been refurbished in the past decade. It was flanked by the Queen's Garden in the back and a gazebo which provides a nice photo op. Toward the end of our visit, we made it to the 164-foot Great Pagoda. We didn't climb any steps but rather just gazed at it from a bench that actually had shade. Kew Gardens is a true institution, and the expansive grounds only mean a return visit is inevitable. Hopefully the weather will cooperate next time.

SeKjewes   25th September 2022

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Kew Castle was very nice wiht the guides dressed as they lived there. We loved the lily gardens, all the roses and squirrels. It was so very well kept and we will come back in spring. Thank you

JenAnnie   25th September 2022

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This is a fabulous experience walking the gardens at Kew . Fortunately we chose a fine sunny day & the gardens looked absolutely splendid.

StephenCr0ss   24th September 2022

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The Kew Gardens are totally amazing and you should allocate at least 5 or 6 hours to see the entire park. Many different aspects to enjoy.

Notthemorningperson   26th September 2022

It was disappointing to say the least, I had bought tickets for my partner's birthday. Make sure you bring your own food as we went to three restaurants within the gardens and couldn't find anything that sounded or looked remotely edible. The greenhouse type thing we wanted to see was closed and basically the rest of the park is just trees and grass. We had booked the Pagoda but couldn't walk up the 253 steps as we hadn't eaten anything and we had to leave. When I asked for a refund they argued with me saying that the park was beautiful - I'm sorry but that's a matter of opinion, we were expecting to be able to get something to eat & see flowers and such. They said it was impossible to give a refund because I had bought the tickets through their website. (Which makes no sense) I gave up in the end and went to the burger van by the park as my blood sugars had plummeted. It was really sad. We had a better time walking around Hyde park and that was free.

BainFam41   20th September 2022

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Lovely autumn day in Kew. Highlights of the day were the lily pads, the grasses garden and the abundance of beautiful trees. Disappointed that several places were closed though, the tree-top walk and the temperate house. The sandwiches not so good in the family restaurant, might be better to bring a picnic.

RuizSohpia   18th September 2022

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Very nice place to walk around. Went here on a walk from the hotel I was staying near by in brentford and it was such a lovely walk there and back. Would love to come here again just for the calm environment

NeilT1960   14th September 2022

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Like all gardens, Kew has suffered from the hot dry summer in 2022. Nevertheless, there was much to see and enjoy. It's not possible to see everything in a single visit and have time to appreciate it all, so we chose the areas we wanted to see and concentrated on those: it still took us all day. There's a huge collection of plants to see in a range of environments, and it's made more interesting by the helpful interpretation displays especially in the indoor locations. You have to filter out the climate change propaganda on these but Kew is no different to anywhere else in this respect! We had a very enjoyable visit and we'd definitely return if only to see the parts we were unable to get to this time around. One tip: bring your own food as the prices on-site are eye watering even for London.