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Visit the gardens and see the palace for free.

Visit the gardens and see the palace for free.

Updated 12 June. As a result of the Coronavirus global pandemic, we have taken the difficult decision to close Kew Palace and the Great Pagoda until March 2021. We are sorry for any disappointment this may cause. Please read our statement

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In return for their support, our members can explore our historic royal palaces as many times as they like, all year round.

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Kew Gardens ticket

As a result of the Coronavirus global pandemic, we have taken the difficult decision to close Kew Palace and the Great Pagoda until March 2021. We are sorry for any disappointment this may cause. 

You can still purchase a Kew Gardens ticket.

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The  Great Pagoda, an imitation Chinese octagonal tower of ten storeys, designed by architect Sir William Chambers and completed in 1762. The pagoda was reopened to the public on 13 July 2018 following a five-year restoration project.

The Great Pagoda

The Great Pagoda is currently closed until March 2021. You can still see the outside of the pagoda with your Kew Gardens admission ticket.

General information

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