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Visit to Kew Gardens and Palace with Cream Tea for Two

Visit to Kew Gardens and Palace with Cream Tea for Two

Ticket Details

Ticket Details

  • Entrance for two to The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew
  • Entrance to The Hive
  • Visit to Kew Palace
  • Self-service cream tea for two in the Orangery
  • Cancellation indemnity

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Explore stunning Kew Gardens including access to the intriguing Kew Palace before recharging the batteries with a cup of tea and delicious slice of cake on this memorable experience for two.

Our guide to Visit to Kew Gardens and Palace with Cream Tea for Two

Kew Gardens is one of London's gems and spending a day at this iconic park is a must-do.

After collecting your map and daily schedule, explore the gardens' 300 acres at leisure; the curvaceous exterior and steamy interior of Kew’s Palm House have long made it an icon of the Gardens. Visit the Rose Garden and delve into The Princess of Wales Conservatory which recreates ten climatic zones with Madagascan baobab trees, orchids from Central America and carnivorous plants from Asia. You can even take a guided tour or hop on the Kew Explorer to get the most out of your visit.

You’ll have access to the Royal Kitchens, Palm House, Rose Garden, The Princess of Wales Conservatory and much more before heading to Kew Palace, which has long been used by the Royal family, including ‘mad’ King George III.

When it’s time for some light refreshment simply head to the glorious Orangery for a well deserved cuppa and a slice of tasty cake.

Departs: Daily, until the end of September.

Duration: You can spend all day at Kew during opening hours.

Start Times: 11:00am

London Tips & Tricks

If you have time, why not catch a West End Show?! Billy Elliot and The Lion King are just two of the great options which perform on a regular basis.

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