Kew Gardens will remain open from 5 November
Kew Gardens will remain open from 5 November onwards, giving you the chance to enjoy the magnificent gardens during these difficult times.
The gardens, Children’s Garden and toilets will remain open during this period. With acres of green space, thousands of plants and secret corners, you can roam all day in the botanic gardens.
However, RBG, Kew will be closing their indoor venues including the galleries, glasshouses, cafés, restaurants and shops in accordance with the latest guidance from 5 November. Take-away food and drink will still be available.
Visitors will still be required to pre-book tickets in advance. For more details visit Kew Gardens website.
All visitors are required to have booked a time slot in advance online at kew.org. If you don't have a pre-booked time slot you will be turned away.
Visitors need to show booking confirmation on arrival, either as a printout or on a mobile device. CSSC members also need to show their CSSC membership card.
Kew Children’s Garden
Fly through the air on a trampoline or have a splashing time in the Children’s Garden at RBG Kew. This vibrant and fun space is filled with opportunities to learn and play. From the Earth Garden with a bamboo tunnel, to Water Gardens boulders to climb on, it’s perfect for you and your children to enjoy.
Available all year round
Keeping you safe
The safety of you and the staff at Kew Gardens is Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew's utmost priority, so, for those of you who can safely visit, you'll notice a number of changes which can be found on the RBG, Kew website.