Kew Gardens Highlights
Victoria Plaza Terrace Café
Open daily from 10 AM-7 PM.
Offers high tea and other accompaniments. A perfect spot to relax and enjoy refreshments.
Pavilion Bar & Grill Restaurant
Open daily from 10 AM-6 PM. Outdoor seating available for a delightful lunch experience.
Xstrata Treetop Walkway
A metal walkway 18 meters above the ground. 200 meters long with 118 steps to the top. Provides a unique perspective of trees and birds.
A greenhouse with lush vegetation. Houses rare and extinct plant species. Home to the world’s oldest plant, a Jurassic Cycad. The interior is humid to maintain plant temperatures.
The smallest of the royal palaces. Former residence of King George III. Located on the banks of the River Thames. Mesmerizing infrastructure and gardens.
Princess of Wales Conservatory
Glass greenhouse structure. Established in 1987. Offers a glimpse into the world’s ecosystems and climate changes. A unique and educational experience.
Specifically designed for kids to learn about the evolution of plants. Educational and interactive area.
Kew Gardens is renowned for its botanical diversity, educational facilities, and scenic beauty. It’s a perfect destination for nature lovers, families, and anyone interested in exploring the world of plants and ecosystems.