We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Kew is London's largest UNESCO World Heritage site offering unique landscapes, vistas and iconic architecture from every stage of the Gardens' history. Our collection of living plants is the largest and most diverse in the world, growing out in the...more
All reviews palm house temperate house treetop walk christmas lights land train glass house light show victoria gate orangery restaurant japanese garden plants and trees entrance fee sandwiches cake mulled wine sunny day district line
If you love trees , plants or gardening , this is a must. Great to spend the day admiring all the various plants and trees from around the world . What makes Kew even a better day out , is the fact , you know...More
Visited on Easter Monday bank holiday. Beautiful sunny day which made the visit even better.
Place is massive so a map is needed and also lots of time and walking. It is good to go in the spring when all flowers are blossoming. There is...More
After an overnight flight, our hotel was very accommodating and let us check in for a few hours of rest. We had been looking at various things to do in London and Kew Gardens sounded interesting. We were absolutely blown away. It was one of...More
We had a great day out visiting Kew Gardens. There is a huge amount to see & the grounds are extensive & beautiful .
The glass conservatories & exhibits are also excellent.
The only downfall was the ridiculous prices for food in the various outlets,...More
Visited on Good Friday - arrived at 11am which was a sunny day, to long queues outside Victoria Gate and down the street. Not all the kiosks were open and people were not being managed well with prepaid ticket holders being redirected through lines of...More
Kew Gardens was always a "must see" and now has the added attraction of of Dale Chihuly's wonderful glass art works spread over a section of the Gardens until 27 October 2019. Every one is magnificently colourful and amazingly shaped but still manages to form...More
First visit for a while to Kew.
The glass displays are very good and worth seeing.
The rest of the place is a bit disappointing.
I formation on the plants and trees is there by and difficult to see.
The facilities in this place are...More
Easy walking either using paths or across vast grassed areas - this is the place to spend a pleasant hour or a whole day.
The Creepy Crawlies playground was a highlight for our little one and the new adventure playground to be opened in the...More
Response from mccart1971 | Reviewed this property |
If you get there early enough you can park for free on the Kew road after 10am for free from Victoria gate right up to lion gate towards Richmond or some parts of new green but be careful or the is a car park at the... More
If you get there early enough you can park for free on the Kew road after 10am for free from Victoria gate right up to lion gate towards Richmond or some parts of new green but be careful or the is a car park at the rear off Kew green down a little lane
Enjoy your day
Response from erlinga2015 | Reviewed this property |
We were there on a Saturday mid morning. We waited in line for about 10 minutes. They do have many people working on the gates, so I would guess that you can expect to wait in line but they move forward quickly. Hope you... More
We were there on a Saturday mid morning. We waited in line for about 10 minutes. They do have many people working on the gates, so I would guess that you can expect to wait in line but they move forward quickly. Hope you enjoy your visit.