There's lots for families to see and do together at Kew Palace.
Filled with flamboyant furniture and unique wallpaper, the bedrooms of Princesses Elizabeth, Augusta and Amelia at Kew Palace are a must see.
You’ll find interactive videos, building plans and a specialist collection of books in the People’s Library within the glorious Kew Palace.
Hidden within the grounds of Kew Palace is Queen Charlotte’s cottage, a rustic country retreat that remains open for public viewing.
Open 11.00-15.50 on weekends and bank holidays
Recreated using Madame Tussaud’s original mould, this glorious full colour bust of George III can be seen on display at Kew Palace.
Unused from Queen Charlotte’s death in 1818 through to their recent restoration, the Royal Kitchens offer a fascinating insight into Georgian life at Kew Palace.
Find out more about our health and wellbeing programme for people living with dementia and their carers at Kew Palace.
Get behind the scenes when Kew Palace is closed and see the wonders of this little gem in the peaceful evening.
20 July, 17 August and 21 September
Behind the scenes of the Pagoda conservation project at Kew Palace.
25 July - 25 August 2017
10.30-11.30 and 14.00-15.00
The Royal Kitchens at Kew Palace come alive with the sights and smells of cookery. Our historic cooks prepare some of the dishes which would have delighted King George III and Queen Charlotte.
28 August - 28 August 2017