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How to book Kew Palace tickets

Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Royal Kitchens

Access to Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Royal Kitchens is included with your Kew Gardens ticket.

A Kew Gardens ticket must be purchased to visit Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Royal Kitchens. Tickets for Kew Gardens must be purchased online via the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew website.

The Great Pagoda

Tickets for the Great Pagoda can be purchased online in advance via the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew website.

Book Kew Gardens tickets

Member booking

Entry to Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Royal Kitchens is included in a ticket to Kew Gardens. Members enjoy a 10% discount on tickets and guidebooks, can visit the Great Pagoda, and join Kew Palace daily tours free of charge.

How to book as a member

Members can book as follows:

  1. Go to the Kew Gardens website tickets page and select Kew Gardens at the top of the page
  2. Click on ‘Book Tickets’, then ‘Book your visit’
  3. Choose the date you would like to visit, and click the ‘Buy Tickets’ box on that date
  4. In the box marked ‘Enter code here’, enter the member exclusive discount code, and click Use Code. (To get the code, please email [email protected] with your membership number)
  5. This will provide you with the option to purchase tickets for a discounted rate
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£1 tickets for Kew Gardens

Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte's Cottage and the Royal Kitchens

Those in receipt of Universal Credit and other named benefits can access Kew Palace, Queen Charlotte’s Cottage and the Royal Kitchens as part of a Kew Gardens ticket for £1 (£2 with donation).

To book, select the Universal Credit option when you book your Kew Gardens ticket.

Please see the Kew Gardens website for more information on this offer.

The Great Pagoda

Access to The Great Pagoda requires a separate ticket, in addition to your Kew Gardens ticket. If you are in receipt of Universal Credit and other named benefits, you can book this via the Kew Gardens website for £1.

To book, select the Universal Credit option when you book your Kew Gardens and Pagoda ticket.

Please see the Kew Gardens website for more information on this offer.

Become a member

Now is the perfect time to join as a Historic Royal Palaces member and begin sharing days out with friends and family at some of the UK's most iconic palaces.

You can enjoy a range of member benefits including unlimited adventures at our magnificent palaces, access to an exciting events programme and discounts in our shops and restaurants. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about visiting Kew Palace, The Great Pagoda, Queen Charlotte's Cottage or the Royal Kitchens? Read our FAQs for further information on planning a visit.

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Contact us

If you have other questions that are not covered on these pages, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

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Quiet Session

Join us for a quiet session in Kew Palace, a calmer experience for those living with or caring for someone with Autism or those who have any other sensory needs, and their families and carers.

  • 29 June, 17 July, 21 August and 22 September
  • 1 hour
  • Kew Palace
  • Included in Kew Gardens admission
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BOOKING SOON

  • For members
  • Tours and talks
  • Events

Members-Only Evening Tours of Kew Palace

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to join a members-only evening tour of Kew Palace. Led by an expert guide in full Georgian attire, explore the palace, undercroft and attics when the palace is usually closed to visitors.

  • 06 June, 18 July, 08 August and 05 September 2024
  • 18:00 and 18:15
  • Kew Palace
  • Separate ticket (advance booking required)
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  • Tours and talks

Queen Charlotte: A Kew Palace Story Tour

Get to know Queen Charlotte more closely in the intimate setting of Kew Palace, in our brand-new tour.

  • Daily
  • 14:00 (tours last 30 minutes)
  • Kew Palace
  • Separate ticket
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Queen Charlotte

Wife of George III and mother to 15 children

George III

Dutiful, intelligent and cultured, but cruelly labelled ‘mad’

The story of Kew Palace

Britain's smallest royal palace and George III's private retreat