A hidden royal home in Kew Gardens
Kew Palace, The Royal Kitchens, The Great Pagoda and Queen Charlotte's Cottage are now closed for winter and will reopen in spring 2024.
Buying your tickets online is the most convenient way to visit the palace.
- Kew Palace tickets: A ticket to Kew Gardens must be purchased in order to access any site within Kew. Members enjoy a 10% discount on tickets and can visit the Great Pagoda and join Kew Palace daily tours free of charge.
Kew Palace, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond, TW9 3AE
Parking - Brentford Gate, via Ferry Lane, near the Main Gate.
- £9.00 for a full day throughout the year. (300 spaces)
Discover a royal retreat hidden in Kew Gardens
Explore the home of the Georgian royals
A Space I Love: Queen Charlotte's Cottage
In this episode of the Historic Royal Palaces podcast, Curator Lee Prosser explores Queen Charlotte's modest cottage in Kew Gardens.
One of the most surprising periods in the history of the Great Pagoda is its use as a secret testing site during World War II. Curator Polly Putnam picks up the tale of this fascinating discovery.
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Help us to conserve these historic buildings, ensuring they are here for future generations to enjoy. We raise all our own funds and depend on your support.
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