Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, TW9 3AB
Covering over 320 acres and situated on the banks of the River Thames, Kew Gardens is conveniently located just 6.5 miles from central London and provides an alluring retreat from the city. With over 30,000 different species of plants, Kew’s living collection is the largest and most comprehensive in the world, making TW9 the world’s most plant bio-diverse postcode. There are over 40 different listed buildings and structures within the Gardens housing a selection of Kew’s living plant specimens, as well as the world famous Economic Botany Collection. Today our buildings are used for such diverse purposes as art galleries, exhibition spaces, education centres, restaurants and event venues.

Rooms in Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

  • Cambridge Cottage

    • 100
    • 50
    • 100
    • 80
    • 56
    • 30
    Cambridge Cottage, a former royal residence, is an elegant listed building set within its own private gardens. It offers an exclusive classical setting for corporate and private events throughout the year.
  • Nash Conservatory

    • 200
    • 50
    • 200
    • 120
    • 96
    The Nash Conservatory is the oldest of the 19th Century glasshouses at Kew. Originally built within the grounds of Buckingham Palace, this classical conservatory now provides a unique and versatile event space for both daytime and evening events.
  • Banks Building

    • 230
    • 180
    • 230
    • 230
    • 160
    The Sir Joseph Banks Building is a striking subterranean space that is perfect for both daytime and evening events. Large windows within the main room fill the venue with natural light, which provides a tranquil setting with an excess of natural daylight.
  • Orangery

    • 200
    • 120
    • 200
    • 200
    • 100
    The Orangery is a stunning 18th Century venue featuring high ceilings and arched windows overlooking its own private terrace. One of Kew’s most striking buildings, the Orangery is ideal for exclusive evening events year round.
  • Orangery Conference Room

    • 30
    • 24
    The Orangery Conference Room is a contemporary space within the main Orangery building and is ideal for small daytime corporate events
  • Marianne North Gallery

    • 80
    • 50
    Originally opened in 1882, the Marianne North Gallery houses the only permanent solo exhibition by a female artist in Britain and offers a spectacular setting for private evening functions. Beautifully restored in 2008, the Gallery houses tier upon tier of painting of flowers, plants, animals and landscapes.