In a year when many travel plans have had to change, Kew Gardens invites visitors to satisfy their wanderlust by making a trip around the world in one day. By taking a journey through our global collections, visitors will discover landscapes, plants and architecture that can transport them from the Mediterranean to a Japanese Garden of Peace; from South African mountaintops to the forests of California – all within a few hours. At the most biodiverse postcode on the planet, visitors can reconnect with nature and discover a whole world of natural wonder. The winners of the hugely popular Netflix Original Series, 'The Big Flower Fight', will also create a breathtaking botanical sculpture in the form of a humpback whale, to be displayed as part of the festival.
Travel the World at Kew
Ensuring all visitors pre-book timed entry slots to the Gardens is helping us to stagger the entry flow. Toilet facilities undergo strict cleaning throughout the day, and there are handwashing stations at each gate and key locations. Distance markers remain in place at potential crunch points, and we continue to operate cashless systems at our shop and catering pop-ups across the site. A one-way system will be instigated in the glasshouses encouraging visitors to enter and exit via different, signposted doors
Saturday 22nd of August 2020 to Friday 16th of October 2020Event Times
Pre-booked, timed slots during Kew Gardens opening times: 10am–7pm (last entry 6pm). Please see website for updates.Admission
Included in ticket price. Please book pre-book timed entry slots online.Location
Kew Gardens, London
Kew Bridge 0.45 milesWebsite