Keen on the Kew Gardens

Jan Bjerring
Jan Bjerring

Keen on Kew Gardens

Getting to Kew Gardens from Central London is not a problem. There are bus stops and train stations close by.

 

Getting there:

By tube Kew Gardens station (500m to Victoria Gate)
By train Kew Bridge station (800m to Elizabeth Gate)
By bus 65 stops at Victoria and Lion Gate
By bike racks are available at all gates

The Gardens at Kew have a lot to offer – the best thing to do is to plan the visit ahead. That way you get the most out of it.

All the tools needed to plan your day can be found at the Gardens own website : Kew Gardens 

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