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Kew Gardens & Palace

External view of the front of Princess of Wales Conservatory at Kew Gardens

Enjoy a day at Kew Gardens and explore Kew Palace included in your admission

Kew Gardens

 

Discover the world of science behind the botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across the UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

Kew Palace

Standing in the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens in south-west London, is Britain's smallest royal palace and the third building to bear that name. Built in 1631 as a merchant's house, it later became the home of George III, Queen Charlotte and their large family, and a private place of recuperation for the so-called 'mad' king during his illness. Around the palace, the eighteenth-century royal pleasure grounds gradually evolved into the world's centre for botanical study, shaped by Charles Bridgeman, 'Capability' Brown and others, and adorned with important garden buildings by William Chambers. The story is brought right up to date with the building's repair and re-presentation in 2006.

 

26 October - Japanese Festival

This October the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew invites visitors to immerse themselves in the art, plants and culture of Japan with a brand-new autumn festival. The Japan festival, supported by Daikin UK, will run from Saturday 2 October to Sunday 31 October 2021 in Kew’s majestic Temperate House, the world’s largest surviving Victorian glasshouse.

 

In a year when travel has been limited, Kew Gardens is bringing to life a celebration of the fascinating culture of Japan which is deeply rooted in nature. A large- scale installation will tell the stories of this natural connection reflected in both art and language. The Kew horticultural team, alongside commissioned designers, will utilise the Octagon in the Temperate House to create stunning horticultural displays. This includes a contemporary response to a Japanese garden showcasing native plants, including grasses, shrubs and trees.

 

The festival will also showcase the magnificent Chrysanthemum, Japan’s national flower. An emotive, immersive soundscape will be heard throughout the Temperate House capturing the harmonious natural sounds of the rivers and waterfalls of Kagoshima, as well atmospheric soundscapes as from the Cedar mountains of Gifu and bird calls set across the waves of the Philippine Sea.

 

Thursday 29 July 2021

Thursday 2 September 2021

Tuesday 26 October 2021 - Japanese Festival

 

Pick ups: see tab for list

 

Adult     £39.00

Senior   £37.00

 

 

Price Includes:

  • Entry to Kew Palace

  • Entry to Kew Gardens

  • Return coach travel

 

 



 

 

 

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.

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Name Address Contact Details Times
Baldock Market Place N/S BALDOCK Bus Shelter, Bus Stop next to Comm Centre
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Bishops Stortford Dane St BISHOP'S STD DANE ST BUS STOP K
Opposite Elements Home & Garden
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Cambridge Trumpington P&R TRUMPINGTON Park and Ride
Centre Lane Coach Bays 5-7
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Harlow Bus Stn Stop 14 HARLOW Bus Station Stop 14
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Hitchin S HITCHIN St Mary's Square. Opposite Car Park
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Letchworth Station Rd S LETCHWORTH Bus Stop, Station Road next to Arcade
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Melbourn Car Park S MELBOURN High St Next to Car Park
Vicarage Close Bus Stop
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Newport Stn Rd Bus Stop S NEWPORT ESSEX High St - Bus Stop before Station Rd
Near R & R Saggers shop
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Royston Bus Station ROYSTON Bus Station
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Royston Melbourn Rd S ROYSTON Bus Stop opp Green Street near Maple Way
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Saffron Walden High St S SAFFRON WALDEN High St Bus Stop By Goddards Elect
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Sawbridgeworth White L. S SAWBRIDGEWORTH White Lion Bus Stop
Bus Stop outside Budgens before White Lion
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Sawston War Memorial S SAWSTON Next to War Memorial Bus Stop
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Stansted Mountfit Har S STANSTED MOUNTFITCHET Three Colts/Hargrave Cls
Bus Stop (BP Petrol Station)
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Stevenage Danestrete K STEVENAGE Danestrete Excursions Bus Stop K
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