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Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 1,469 reviews

We are so very lucky to have such an amazing resource in London.

We spent a wonderful day (6 hours) at Kew and still did not manage to see everything! It was a crisp and sunny March day so a lot of trees and plants had started to bloom, including the cherry blossoms. It however does not matter when you go as there is so much to see and learn and you can spend time in the amazing Temperate and Palm (tropical) houses, if you get cold in between walks. An excellent reason for going is that the entrance fee is helping to prevent the extinction of rare plants. We met a friendly lizard living in the in the Princess of Wales Conservatory, went to the Hive, up the tree top walkway (offering great views) viewed a lot of plants/trees in between. We refrained from jumping on the train that runs through the gardens to get to the other side as needed to walk off our scrumptious lunch at the Botanical restaurant and cream tea at the Orangery! We will return in June and September to see the seasonal changes. Children we saw seemed to enjoy the activities too.

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The queuing system should be explained more clearly.

What a shame that right at the start most people who joined the ‘Online purchase’ queue got up to the front, only to be told that they had to join the other very long queue! It should have been made clear that the ‘Online purchase’ queue was for those who had printed tickets only. Most people who bought tickets online, but had their tickets on their mobile phones, had to join another long queue. The Glass Sculpture itself was magnificent and I would have given the Activity 5 stars, but for the appalling queuing system.

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Relaxing day immersed in beautifully cared for plants

First time at Kew. Only spent 4 hours there, so did not see everything. You must visit the Chihuly Exhibition, film show and glass sculptures elegantly placed around Kew. The Temperate House was particularly memorable. Do go upstairs for an aerial view. We took other reviewers advice and took our own drink and snacks, which were invaluable on a very hot day. I had a mobile voucher but still had to queue in the 'voucher queue'. Plenty of benches to take a rest on the way round. Fabulous!

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We had a lovely day in fine weather, loved the glass sculptures.

Great day out, some very unusual and beautiful plants. The blossom was out, the colours fantastic. I particularly liked the cactus house and the glass sculptures. 240 acres is a lot of ground to cover so we only had time and energy to cover around half of the site.

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Wonderful walks, fancy trees and fresh air

Kew Gardens is a great place, fresh air, an enormous variety of trees and plants. Beautiful walks and buildings, one day is definitely too short to explore the whole garden. It's a wonderful place for all ages who love walking.

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