Kew Gardens & Palace

Enjoy a day at Kew Gardens and explore Kew Palace included in your admission


Child 4 - 14 years old27.002+
Coach Fare Only24.002+

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Kew Gardens

Discover the world of science behind the botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Kew Palace

Standing in the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens in south-west London, is Britain's smallest royal palace and the third building to bear that name. Built in 1631 as a merchant's house, it later became the home of George III, Queen Charlotte and their large family, and a private place of recuperation for the so-called 'mad' king during his illness. Around the palace, the eighteenth-century royal pleasure grounds gradually evolved into the world's centre for botanical study, shaped by Charles Bridgeman, 'Capability' Brown and others, and adorned with important garden buildings by William Chambers. The story is brought right up to date with the building's repair and re-presentation in 2006.
Food Forever: a summer of art at Kew Gardens exploring the future of food
21 May - 18 September 2022
Food: we love it, and we can’t live without it. In a rapidly changing world, the food we eat is changing too. Across summer 2022, Kew Gardens will host a brand-new summer programme, Food Forever, exploring the future of food, taking visitors to the UNESCO World Heritage site on a thought-provoking journey exploring the impact which our day-to-day eating habits have on the world around us. As well as a host of large-scale art installations, screenings, and talks, Food Forever will also feature contributions from pioneering scientists at Kew who are working hard to research the importance of sustainable food production and consumption with partner organisations all over the world.
Each of the large-scale contemporary art installations which visitors can discover on a self-led trail around Kew Gardens highlights a different aspect of modern food consumption or production, including sustainability, future foods, and the food security. Exploring a variety of themes through these enthralling art works, visitors will be able to reflect on what we can do to combat climate change and biodiversity loss.
Thursday 30 June 2022
Pick ups: Route A & B
Adult     £41
Senior   £39
Child     £27
Price Includes:
Entry to Kew Palace
Entry to Kew Gardens
Return coach travel
See also: Kew Gardens


Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.

Baldock Market Place N/S09:0518:40
Bishops Stortford Dane St09:1518:30
Cambridge Trumpington P&R08:1019:30
Harlow Bus Stn Stop 1409:4518:00
Hitchin S09:2518:20
Letchworth Station Rd S09:1518:30
Melbourn Car Park S08:3019:15
Newport Stn Rd Bus Stop S08:5518:50
Royston Bus Station08:4519:00
Royston Melbourn Rd S08:4019:05
Saffron Walden High St S08:4519:00
Sawbridgeworth White L. S09:3018:15
Sawston War Memorial S08:2519:15
Stansted Mountfit Har S09:0518:40
Stevenage Bus Station L09:4518:00