Kew Palace is now closed for the winter months - re-opening in Spring 2018.

Kew Palace

Glimpse inside an intimate royal family retreat

Glimpse inside an intimate royal family retreat

The Great Pagoda, showing the top four storeys. Trees with autumn leaves are in the foreground. The Great Pagoda is an imitation Chinese octagonal tower of ten storeys designed by Sir William Chambers and completed in 1762.

The Great Pagoda at Kew

A major conservation project n partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, which will see the Great Pagoda returned to its 18th-century splendour. 

Open to the public in Spring 2018.

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We are a charity and there's several ways you can support us.

Buy a Dragon Appeal

Help us restore the Great Pagoda, a landmark in the capital and one of the greatest examples of Chinese-inspired design anywhere in the world.

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