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Kew Gardens Tickets with Access to Great Pagoda

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Spend some time in nature by visiting Kew Gardens, once home to kangaroos with a pit stop at the Great Pagoda for a stunning view of all of London.


  • Step into a floral wonderland at Kew Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Behold the Great Pagoda, adorned with 80 dragons made of gilded wood.

  • Visit the Temperate House, the world's largest Victorian greenhouse and home to 10,000 plant species from temperate zones across the globe.

  • Catch a glimpse of some tawny owls, parakeets, and parakeets from the Treetop Walkway, which is 18 meters above the ground.

  • Travel back in time at the Great Pagoda, once the testing site for British bombers during the Second World War.

  • Fun fact: The Palm House inside Kew Gardens houses the Jurassic cycad, considered the world’s oldest pot plant, which was brought to Kew in 1775.


  • Entry to Kew Gardens

  • Entry to the Great Pagoda

Cancellation policy

These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Visiting one of London’s most iconic landmarks

If you are looking to get away from the bustling London life for some TLC, then make a stop at Kew Gardens. This beautiful garden was founded by Princess Augusta, mother of King George III, as a haven to get away from the pressures of royal life. Today, it is considered a global scientific institution for studying plant life. First, go to the Great Pagoda, which was constructed by Scottish architect William Chambers as a gift to Princess Augusta. Climb those staggering 253 steps to get to the top for a spectacular view of London. Then, move on to the Temperate House, home to some of the world’s rarest plants such as the climbing shrub and feather-leaved banksia.

A chance to get to know Mother Nature better

But that’s not all. Walk on the Treetop Walkway to soothe your soul and get a special view of various trees and fauna thriving in the Gardens. But a trip to Kew Gardens is impossible without visiting Kew Palace, a Dutch-gabled building situated on the banks of the river Thames and once home to King George III and his family. Don’t forget to check out Queen Charlotte’s Cottage, a quick retreat where she hosted family tea and afternoon picnics.

Kew Gardens

Monday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM
Sunday10:00 AM - 05:00 PMlast entry 04:00 PM

What to bring

  • Have your ID ready for a seamless experience.

  • Bring a water bottle to stay hydrated during your visit.

  • Bring sunglasses and sunscreen to protect yourself from the heat.

  • Wear loose clothing, preferably a removable jacket as it can get really warm in the greenhouse.

  • Wear comfortable footwear as the walks around can be long.

What’s not allowed

  • Keep in mind drones, bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, micro-scooters, and balance bikes are not allowed on this experience. Pack wisely!

  • Avoid removing any plants from the Gardens as it puts the survival of certain species at risk.

  • Ball games and sports (including jogging) are not allowed on this experience.

  • Radios, music players, musical instruments, barbecues, or picnic furniture are not allowed on the premises.


  • This experience is wheelchair and pram/stroller accessible.

  • Your guide dogs are welcome at the venue.

Additional Information

  • Facilities: changing rooms and unisex toilets.

  • You can access the visual guide offered by Kew Gardens to help you plan and enjoy your visit.

  • The Orangery and White Peaks Café at Kew Gardens have microwaves to warm bottles.

  • There is a designated space at Victoria Plaza for those who wish to pray or reflect.

  • Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.

  • Please arrive at the redemption point 15 mins before the scheduled time of your visit to avoid any delays.

  • Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the redemption point.

Ticket redemption point

  • Show your ticket at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

  • Address: Richmond, United Kingdom.

  • Landmark: Bamboo Garden and Japanese Minka House .

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