Visit Kew Gardens and include Kew Palace at no additional cost!
Enjoy three great historic attractions in one single great day out. From 28 March 2013, visit the gardens and include Kew Palace at no additional cost. Your visitors can enter the palace and the royal kitchens at any time during the day of their visit, however on busy days they may have to queue to gain entry into the palace.
Opening times for 2013
28 March - 29 September 2013 - 09.30 - 17.30
New in 2013! Georgian Treasures from 29 March 2013
Summer 2013 visitors to this most intimate of royal palaces can see George III's beautiful breakfast service, a gift from his daughters apporpriately displayed in the Breakfast Room. Also on display personal treasures, such as diamond encrusted snuff boxes and chatelaine and buttons all belonging to teh King and Queen Charlotte.
Guides and tours at the palace
Special guided tours are available by arrangement each day for pre-booked groups. Our guides can take up to 12 visitors on each tour. There is a £4 per person charge for this. Please contact 020 3166 6140.
Groups who are already visiting the palace can also now book a tour of the exquisite Queen Charlotte’s Cottage. Tours are available in the morning or afternoon slots from Tuesday to Friday. The cottage is open weekends from March - October.
And for the first time, from mid May to the end of September, evening tours of Kew Palace will be available. Tours start at 17.00 and include an expert guide around the palace into areas not normally open to the public, finishing in the Tudor Undercroft. Contact email@example.com to book.
Getting here and coach parking
Coach parking is free of charge on Kew Road after 10.00.
Groups walking from Kew Bridge station should allow 15 minutes to get to the palace. Find out more about getting to Kew Palace by road and public transport.
Food and shopping for groups
Find out more about shopping online and by mail order.
Groups can also arrange lunches and afternoon teas in the nearby Orangery Restaurant.