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Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

#1 of 3 things to do in Kew Features Animals
Kew Green | Richmond, Kew, Richmond TW9 3AB, England
+44 20 8332 5655
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  • Excellent62%
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  • Average6%
  • Poor3%
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“palm house” (438 reviews)
“temperate house” (173 reviews)
“treetop walk” (160 reviews)
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Kew Green | Richmond, Kew, Richmond TW9 3AB, England
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+44 20 8332 5655
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Spent a fantastic day at Kew just a shame they haven't updated and invested in a few signs, along with other visitors we walked up and down the paths in search of toilets and various landmarks, we even overheard one of the staff informing a...More

Thank OsborneDavid
Reviewed yesterday

An incredible botanic garden, even for someone who is neither a botanist nor a green-thumb gardener! The place must be absolutely spectacular when the flowers along the Broad Walk are in full bloom. We were there in May, and although the rhododendrons were in bloom,...More

Thank JoyB1951
Reviewed yesterday

Marianne North Gallery is unbelieveable. Palm House (Green House/Glas House) was great. Princess of Wales Conservatory are not to be missed. One day not enough. And the biggest glass house (Temperate House) was closed for renovations. We didn't cover even quarter of it and we...More

Thank vnarra63
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing place- walked the entire garden - around 5 hours with rest stops and coffee breaks. Several areas ( Pagoda, Greenhouse) are under renovation/construction but for a gardener/lover of all types of nature and gardens this place is wonderful. Have been to London several times...More

Thank FranMan55
Reviewed yesterday

We had a lovely day at Kew Gardens. If you have problems walking make use of the hop on/hop off train, £5 each per day and you can use it as many times as you want. Beautiful flowers and lots to see. We thought the...More

Thank Dowbridge
Reviewed 2 days ago

A friend and I visited this month what a fantastic experience. Such a wide variety of plants to see set in such wonderful grounds. Highlights were the Hive , the greenhouses and the Japanese garden. We were luck it was not busy so parking on...More

Thank Suefis
Reviewed 2 days ago

I don't know anything about plants so just to walk around the gardens was a pleasure in itself. However, don't plan on visiting without having had a big meal in advance. The food pricing is absolutely outrageous - I think it was about £6.50 for...More

Thank Blablabla500
Reviewed 2 days ago

Rich in history and worth every penny. This unbelievable botanical garden is beyond words. Trees as old as 1760, what a gem. Beyond words. Something for everyone. I especially liked the Beehive exhibit, and the treetop walk, even though it swayed a bit. If you...More

Thank johnmM754OI
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Go there it's great! Take your time over a few hours as there lots to see and do! Try the tree walkway and make sure you see the palm house and the princess of Wales hot house

Thank Tim D
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful spot so close to the city. Great for gardeners due to rare plants and knowledgable staff, but equally attractive to the tourist too. It's An oasis on a quiet day, but can get busy in the summer and its a bit pricey, so pick...More

Thank Rachel S
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MB303co
How do I get there using public transportation from London?
9 May 2017|
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Response from hac07 | Reviewed this property |
Best is to get the District Line (green line) to Kew Gardens stop - this is the Richmond branch line. It is then a short walk, say 10 mins, from the tube station. Alternatives include National Rail to Kew Bridge station... More
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Rebecca M
Do you need to book for May?
1 May 2017|
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Response from TwoDividedByZero | Reviewed this property |
No, never any need to pre-book for a normal day out at Kew - it's huge and there would never be a need to put a cap on the numbers of people entering. However, you'll find it's a few pounds cheaper to book online so... More
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Sarah M
Planning to be in the area next year and have a young child with us. knowing we could never see all of it in one day, what would you consider to be a must see for relaxed day trip with a 3yo?
20 April 2017|
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Response from George C | Reviewed this property |
Great place for a 3yr old I would see the hive, the pond and the palm green house, all not to far from the entrance. You could also do the hop on hop off tram around the park. It would cut down on a bunch of walking. Have... More
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