One of the world’s most prestigious gardens. It has an extraordinary diversity of plants, over 14,000 trees and it is all set within a vast and beautiful landscape layered with history and heritage.
Kew Palace is iconic and sometimes forgotten by visitors coming to Kew. But this building is stunning and its bright orange hue stands out next to the array of trees.
Following a major restoration project, you can now reach the heights of the Great Pagoda and marvel at spectacular views across London.
In the centre of the Mediterranean Garden stands King William’s Temple, built-in 1837 for Queen Victoria, in memory of William IV.
This small, square glasshouse was designed specifically to showcase the giant Amazon waterlily – a natural wonder of the age.
The Lake covers five acres of water, studded with four islands that provide vibrant colours, enhanced by their reflection in the lake.