London Kew Garden Tickets

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Experience Highlights

Experience an unforgettable natural adventure as you breathe in the pure, floral air of London's Kew Gardens.

You will have the opportunity to walk through a space of more than 120 hectares of landscape, with endless types of plants and exotic species that will make you feel like in a paradise in the British capital itself.

  • Visit the Kew Gardens in London, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
  • Tour the highlights: its five glasshouses, The Beehive and the Palace.
  • Stroll through the treetops on the Treetop Walkway
  • Enjoy two art galleries located in the gardens included with your tickets

What’s included

  • Tickets for Kew Gardens in London
  • Kew Palace Tickets (April to September)
  • Access to the Marianne North and Shirley Sherwood Art Galleries
  • Access to the kindergarten (60-minute session)

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Step by Step

Step into a floral paradise with dreamy landscapes when you buy these tickets to Kew Gardens in London.

This natural space, located just minutes from the centre of the British capital, offers a tour of more than 120 hectares of gardens, filled with a myriad of exotic plants and trees.

You can wander through its five glasshouses: the Princess of Wales Conservatory, Bonsai House, Temperate House, Palm House and Alpine House, each with different types of flora and indoor and outdoor décor.

Entering The Hive you will explore an impressive structure considered an engineering marvel, which emulates the workings of a beehive with the aim of enlightening and educating visitors on the importance of co-existing with bees and conserving the species.

On the way north of the gardens you'll see the imposing Kew Palace, one of the city's most classic royal castles. You'll be able to wander its corridors if you plan your visit between April and September, as this booking includes entrance tickets.

Your adventure will soar when you reach the Treetop Walkway, a walkway that allows you to walk above the treetops to get the best view of the place and breathe in the freshest air.

For lovers of Asian culture, a must-see is the Grand Pagoda, surrounded by themed gardens dedicated to exalting the Japanese style and giving you the most relaxing time of your trip.

As an added bonus, if you plan to tour Kew Gardens with your family, there's the Climbers & Creepers playground, which offers rides and games for the little ones.

In addition to all this, you'll have access to two galleries located in the gardens: Marianne North and Shirley Sherwood, with works of art from around the world and botanical art.

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    Marilena Cavallo
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    Visita al giardino interessante
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    Nerea
    5
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    It is not usually taken as the first choice of tourism in trips to London and I think this is a big mistake that most people, including me, make, because it is a place that will undoubtedly leave you speechless.
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    Pedro
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    It is beautiful to go into a garden of this size and get lost among the variety of wildlife you have to see, a unique experience.
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    Agustín
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    The day I went with my family was an excellent day with great weather, it was a magical day to spend with the kids. Highly recommended.
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