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How to get toKew Gardenscar-free

Visit Kew Gardens car-free

From Kew Gardens station, it’s a five-minute walk, past shops and cafés and along Lichfield Road to Kew Gardens.

There are regular underground and overground trains from several London stations, including Waterloo, Vauxhall and Clapham Junction

You can also walk about 15 minutes or catch bus 65 from Richmond Station. The bus runs frequently, takes about five minutes and stops right outside the Lion Gate entrance to Kew. There are regular trains to Richmond from Reading, Windsor and several London stations, including London Waterloo.

You are welcome to cycle to Kew and there are bike racks at all four gates. Plan your cycle route here.

2-for-1 entry with a valid train ticket and voucher. Car-free visitors also avoid the £7 parking fee.

About Kew Gardens

More than 50,000 different plants in a huge, UNSECO-listed garden with lakes, woods, a treetop walkway, acres of flowers and Victorian palm houses.

For any queries about visiting contact Kew Gardens on 020 83325655 or info@kew.org

Address: Kew, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE. Visit Website