Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

Available Dates

TRIP DATES AVAILABILITY PRICE SPACE LEFT
08/08/2022 - 08/08/2022 Guaranteed £48.00
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Overview

Located in 300 acres of beautiful landscape Kew Gardens sits beside the river Thames between Richmond and Kew in south-west London. The Gardens are a World Heritage Site with six magnificent glasshouses, and are home to a remarkable collection of plants from all over the world including over 14,000 trees. Kew Gardens is a wonderful day out for all.

If you haven’t been to Kew before, don’t miss the 19th-century Palm House, the tropical atmosphere of the Princess of Wales Conservatory, a walk to the iconic pagoda, and a climb up for a birds-eye view at the new Xstrata Treetop Walkway.

Beautiful as the 17th century Dutch-gabled country house along the River Thames is, it could hardly be called palatial, particularly by royal standards, and yet it is one of London’s most notable historic royal palaces. No small feat considering Kew Palace, which is set within the grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew.

Kew Palace earned its place in history by being exactly the opposite – retiring, modest and comfortable. In other words, it was the perfect royal retreat. Most famously, it served as just that for the prodigious family of King George III. First opened to the public by Queen Victoria in 1899, the palace was closed from 1996 to 2006 while undergoing £6.6 million of careful restoration and conservation. The money and effort have transformed Kew Palace from “a gaudy 1960s interpretation of the Georgian era” into a historically accurate study of the daily life and everyday domesticities of the palace and the royals who lived within it.

Trip Highlights

  • Executive coach travel and the services of an IC Travel courier
  • Admission ticket included - Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

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Location

Price Includes

  • Executive coach travel and the services of an IC Travel courier
  • Entry ticket to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

Price Excludes

  • Meals and refreshments

Itinerary

Day 1

Coach departs Taverham 8.00am
Arrive at Kew 12.00 Noon
Depart Kew 5.00pm
Arrive Taverham 9.00pm

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Kew Gardens and Kew Palace
From £48.00
per Adult
From £48.00
per Child (3-14 Yrs)

Trip Facts

  • Coach travel
  • Yes
  • Yes - select when booking

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