London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
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I was glad we had booked the first slot as the Brentford Gate car park (with Blue Badge parking) filled up quickly. Due to extra security, getting into anywhere is more time consuming at the moment, but once we were into the gardens, we felt safe wandering around. There are toilets almost immediately, with a separate huge accessible one. I walk with two crutches so was glad to reach the cafe area to grab a drink and rest. Only 2 adults are currently allowed into the excellent children’s play area which is understandable, so our family group had to split up so my 2 year old great niece could have fun, which I was sad to miss. We did not go any further on this visit as the purpose of our visit was to see each other in a safe outdoors environment. It’s worth checking exactly what still remains open due to current Covid restrictions.
Despite COVID and the showery weather we had a great time. There were plenty of indoor spaces for when it rained and the gardens in autumn are stunning! A word of advice, take a picnic and bottled water with you. Food and drink is pricey.
Quick easy entrance. No big queues. I’m a photographer and absolutely loved the glass houses. Being able to take close-up pictures of huge tropical plants and Lily pads, in this country, was an absolute treat!
despite being a windy and cold day the visit was perfect and the queues to enter Temperate and Palm House very short and well organized. Pity the tree-top walk was shut.
I enjoyed the views and the plantations plus I feel that it had given me enough experience about nature.