Kew GardensRichmond, Greater London
Also at Kew Gardens, you'll learn incredibly fascinating facts about the nature around us and the fact that there is over 12,000 species of grass globally! If you want to discover something truly remarkable, find the Palm House and explore a wilderness paradise of tropical plants, indoor rainforest and the most threatened environments in the world. Learn the plant names in the Royal Botanic Gardens, and explore the tropical botanical collections in the Palm House that you won't find here in the UK. Did you know rainforests only cover 2% of the world's surface but account for 50% of the world's species?!
Then discover the living plant collection at Kew Gardens, which sets a botanic garden apart from a standard garden. As its plant collections to be observed, researched, conserved and for education purposes. Here you can admire the carnivorous plant collection where there are 5 of the largest carnivorous genera! Ever wanted to see a bonsai tree in person? Kew Gardens has it, acres of woodland with deciduous and coniferous woody trees. And if you love aquatic environments, check out the aquatic collection where you can see water lilies, water lotus' and more. But if you really love flowers, then you have to explore the Island Flora collection in an exotic garden, with beautiful, colourful and stunning flowers for you to feast your eyes on. It's a floral paradise!
Kew Gardens Food & Drinks
- Discover over 50,000 species of living plants
- Teach kids about conservation in a fun way and our dependence on plants
- Enjoy seasonal kid-friendly activities!
Pricing & Tickets
Peak time (1st February to 31st October)
Child (under 4) free
Child (4-15) from £5.00
Young Adult (16-24) from £9.00
Book in advance for cheapest tickets
Find other attractions similar to Kew Gardens by visiting our attraction tickets section.
Yes, there is parking onsite and nearby.
Kew Road (A307): Free
Ferry Lane: £7.00 per day