Lose yourself in stunning landscaped gardens, beautifully arranged floral displays and over 250 years of history at the world famous Kew Gardens in Richmond. As well as being able to stroll around this internationally-renowned botanic paradise - which plays host to the Princess of Wales Conservatory, containing 10 temperate zones and a huge variety of plants including orchids and cacti - you'll also be treated to a sumptuous afternoon tea at the prestigious Richmond Gate Hotel.
This wonderful experience includes entry to Kew Gardens and a delightful afternoon tea at the Richmond Gate Hotel, located a short drive away - easily accesible via bus or tube or if you're feeling energetic, a gentle walk around the perimeter of the Gardens themselves. You are free to spend as much time as you wish at Kew, and your afternoon tea will include a selection of scones, preserves and sandwiches, as well as your choice of teas and coffees.
This experience is available at Surrey:
Surrey (South East) - Richmond upon Thames
Your voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. In order to book, you will need to phone the Richmond Gate Hotel, who will then post out your Kew Gardens tickets - please allow 7 days for tickets to arrive; if you would like to book in for a date that is less than 7 days away you can simply pick up your tickets at the hotel before heading to Kew (approx a 10 min drive). All dates are subject to availability.
1Enjoy a blissful afternoon strolling in beautifully landscaped gardens, gorgeous floral displays and over 250 years of history at the incredible Kew Gardens in Richmond. You'll be able to wander around this amazing paradise of greenery, which plays host to the Princess of Wales Conservatory - containing 10 temperate zones and a huge variety of plants including orchids and cacti. You'll also be treated to a delicious afternoon tea at the renowned Richmond Gate Hotel.
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We thoroughly enjoyed the Kew garden experience. There was plenty to do to keep you occupied for the whole day. You need to be able bodied to be able to enjoy all of the experience and pick the right time of year to go, to get the most from the day. Theday is most enjoyed when the flowers are in bloom. The afternoon tea was a little disappointing and we had to send the sandwiches back twice as they were not what we asked for, but still a great experience.