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London For Toddlers: Kew Gardens

Photo Credit: © Kew Gardens

Garden
Park
All ages

Kew Gardens

West London

Free - £53

Kew Gardens is a world-renowned botanic garden, spanning over 300 acres, and is home to the largest and most diverse botanical collections in the world.

Visitors can explore the garden's vast collection of plants, from the exotic rainforest in the iconic Palm House to the various climate zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.

The Waterlily House is a must-visit attraction where visitors can marvel at the giant lily pads and witness the beauty of aquatic plants.

Kew Gardens offers a wealth of activities that are perfect for families.

The garden hosts a variety of events and exhibitions throughout the year that are specially designed for children, providing them with a unique and enriching educational experience. From nature trails to interactive exhibits, there is something for everyone.

One of the most popular events at Kew Gardens is the annual Christmas at Kew event. The gardens are transformed into a magical winter wonderland, featuring a stunning light trail that leads visitors through the illuminated gardens, culminating in a spectacular light display in front of the Palm House. The event is a perfect way for families to get into the festive spirit and create lasting memories.

HIGHLIGHTS
PRICES

Adult: £12.00 - £24.00 Child (4 to 15): £4.00 - £5.00 Child (under 4): Free Family: £24.50 - £53.00

OPENING TIMES

Monday to Friday: 10:00 - 19:00 (last entry 18:00)
Saturday, Sundays & Bank Holidays: 10:00 to 20:00 (last entry 19:00)

ADDRESS
Kew Gardens

Kew, Richmond

TW9 3AE

GETTING HERE
Rail/Underground
Parking

Parking at Kew is extremely limited, with spaces in the car park available on a first come, first served basis.

MORE INFO
PLACES TO EAT

There is a wide variety of cafés and restaurants at Kew Gardens

FAMILY FACILITIES

Most of the toilets have baby-changing facilities, with the exception of the Stable Yard. The Orangery and White Peaks Café have microwaves to warm bottles. Prams are welcome at Kew Gardens, with buggy parks available in key areas.

ACCESSIBILITY

The Gardens are largely flat, with tarmac paths in most places. Mobility scooters are available to hire from Elizabeth, Brentford and Victoria Gates. Accessible/blue badge parking. Accessible toilets

UPCOMING EVENTS
Workshop Music Park Garden
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Garden Park Theatre
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