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Entry to Kew Gardens AND Palace for Two Adults - £20 with code (£10pp) @ Red Letter Days
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Entry to Kew Gardens AND Palace for Two Adults - £20 with code (£10pp) @ Red Letter Days

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Posted 8th May

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Brilliant price for Kew Gardens and the Palace for £10 each.

Use code RLD10 at checkout, select e-voucher!

Discover one of the UK’s most iconic attractions with a visit to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace. As the former summer home of King George III, Kew Palace is a magnificent royal residence to behold. Go behind the scenes of royal life and discover hundreds of years of fascinating history. Explore the Royal Kitchens for an insight into the Georgian's cookery skills and see the Ice House where food was once stored for the king. Enjoy the sunshine with a stroll around the World Heritage Royal Botanic Gardens and explore the most diverse collection of living plants in the world. Take a look outside and inside the glasshouses and see a range of exotic and native plants, with beautiful collections throughout the garden to see. This experience is ideal for those interested in history, families and nature lovers alike.


In a Nutshell

  • Entry to the Royal Botanic Gardens and Kew Palace
  • Explore the beautiful gardens, with the world's most diverse collection of native and exotic plants
  • Step inside and take a look at the royal residence, once resided in by King George III

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In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the current price map of Premier Inn London Kew Bridge.

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Is it free for under 16 ?
You can also get buy one get one free if u travel by train
On days out
Great, ordered thank you
Also 2 for 1 with Gardeners World card (with May issue)
Just ordered, do we just bring the eVoucher on any day or we have to book in advance? The book online link does not seem to work and the Kew website booking does not seem have any facilities for using the voucher. Please help.
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Edited by: "gx3k" 8th May
Does this have an expiry date?
entry to kew palace is now part of the kew entry price (as I found out a few days ago when I went ) - didnt use to be a few years back (last time I went)

get there as early as you can as the place is massive & there are many things to see - its a good idea to take the whole day to look round the place properly & take at least a couple of breaks while walking around
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 9th May
Ana1008/05/2019 18:49

Is it free for under 16 ?


site states this, yes, but i would double check with them direct
gx3k08/05/2019 20:04

Just ordered, do we just bring the eVoucher on any day or we have to book …Just ordered, do we just bring the eVoucher on any day or we have to book in advance? The book online link does not seem to work and the Kew website booking does not seem have any facilities for using the voucher. Please help. [Image]


BAG Site states no need to book, just turn up

Other Info
Booking in advance is not required for this experience. Food and drink are not included, although refreshments are available.

Again, well worth double checking.
propofol08/05/2019 23:08

Does this have an expiry date?



"Valid for 10 months" as per the link
Is this also valid for weekends?
Ah for the days when it used to be 1p entry.
Just went to Kew Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday this week. Got £15 off £30 pair of adult tickets from Buyagift.com. £7.50 per person was worth going. Parking in the premises someone moved their car and gave us their day ticket of £7. Very lucky day.
Looks lovely, a place on my list to visit sometime.
Well worth a day, but bring your own food & drink and have a picnic as the café is absurdly over-priced and (obviously!) there are lots of nice place to eat outside.
n15hu09/05/2019 09:53

Just went to Kew Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday this week. Got £15 off £30 …Just went to Kew Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday this week. Got £15 off £30 pair of adult tickets from Buyagift.com. £7.50 per person was worth going. Parking in the premises someone moved their car and gave us their day ticket of £7. Very lucky day.


Do you have to book in advance with the buyagift one ?
mess080409/05/2019 11:59

Do you have to book in advance with the buyagift one ?


Nope. It’s a open entry. Just take your buyagift voucher with you and you get your tickets.
n15hu09/05/2019 09:53

Just went to Kew Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday this week. Got £15 off £30 …Just went to Kew Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday this week. Got £15 off £30 pair of adult tickets from Buyagift.com. £7.50 per person was worth going. Parking in the premises someone moved their car and gave us their day ticket of £7. Very lucky day.


How can we get the same, please. I only see the standard £30 on there
MrsBucket09/05/2019 13:37

How can we get the same, please. I only see the standard £30 on there


I had a £15 Birthday gift from buyagift. Look out for offers there and you’ll get the same.
mess080409/05/2019 11:59

Do you have to book in advance with the buyagift one ?


no you just turn up at the gate

tip : when I arrived I asked someone which queue to join as I wasnt sure if I should join the "online sales" queue (it was the bank holday hence queue) & they took me straight to the "firends of kew" ticket booth so no queueing
n15hu09/05/2019 12:00

Nope. It’s a open entry. Just take your buyagift voucher with you and you g …Nope. It’s a open entry. Just take your buyagift voucher with you and you get your tickets.

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JamesCo09/05/2019 10:46

Well worth a day, but bring your own food & drink and have a picnic as the …Well worth a day, but bring your own food & drink and have a picnic as the café is absurdly over-priced and (obviously!) there are lots of nice place to eat outside.


I agree. The restaurants are very over priced- they were charging £4 for a small cupcake!
Do I just take this voucher with me on the day? Or need to book in advance. I know people have mentioned the buyagift one
Bear in mind 4-16yrs are 4.50 advance/£6 at gate - so don’t buy a voucher for kids it’s cheaper to add on the day .

Heat - bought - keen on the treetop view
In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the current price map of Premier Inn London Kew Bridge.

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Thank you for posting op! Worked on a family ticket
Congratulations to @goonertillidie for his team getting into the cup final. Nice one mate.
Went last weekend/bank holiday. Lovely, though queued for over an hour. Probably because of bank holiday weekend.

Oh and as mentioned bring your own picnic lunch/drinks the on site stuff is terrible and VERY expensive!
Edited by: "jerrysimon" 13th May
We went the weekend just gone, used the buy one get one free card from Gardeners World Mag. Highly recommended, plenty there but no queuing anywhere. Use the Elizabeth Gate entrance hardly anyone there. Stunning place.
AMO09/05/2019 18:32

In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the …In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the current price map of Premier Inn London Kew Bridge. [Image]

We used the Kew Bridge Travelodge (£120 for 2 nights family room, nearer than Premier Inn), 15 min walk away, breakfast at the Strand café just by the bridge (eggs benedict £6.50), then dinner at the Cricketers on the way back, sirloin steak meal £10, fish and chips £9.50. Cheaper than a day out in Yorkshire.
Nicebob14/05/2019 09:35

We used the Kew Bridge Travelodge (£120 for 2 nights family room, nearer …We used the Kew Bridge Travelodge (£120 for 2 nights family room, nearer than Premier Inn), 15 min walk away, breakfast at the Strand café just by the bridge (eggs benedict £6.50), then dinner at the Cricketers on the way back, sirloin steak meal £10, fish and chips £9.50. Cheaper than a day out in Yorkshire.


Yes, that's very good also. Also a 65 bus can be caught easily from both hotels if you don't want to walk (we made the mistake of getting my wife's parents to walk). Also a McDonalds nearby.
Edited by: "AMO" 14th May
AMO09/05/2019 18:32

In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the …In case anyone's planning to stay over for Kew Gardens, the below is the current price map of Premier Inn London Kew Bridge. [Image]


we've just come back from Kew Travelodge, excellent unlimited breakfast for a tenner, and parking £6.00 for 24 hours.
Took advantage of this Kew deal and had an excellent day, fantastic Chihuly displays, well worth a visit.
Edited by: "slamb" 19th May
slamb19/05/2019 18:29

we've just come back from Kew Travelodge, excellent unlimited breakfast …we've just come back from Kew Travelodge, excellent unlimited breakfast for a tenner, and parking £6.00 for 24 hours.Took advantage of this Kew deal and had an excellent day, fantastic Chihuly displays, well worth a visit.


Worth the price you'd say? I might be going tomorrow
ResveZ19/05/2019 18:40

Worth the price you'd say? I might be going tomorrow


For the hotel or park?
We paid £50 for the room and £6.00 for parking. bought breakfast for £9.95 on the day was well worth it. Also their evening meals seem quite good value (although we didn't have them)
Certainly recommend the park, to much to see in one day - we'll be going back again soon, but like others say take your own food.
jerrysimon13/05/2019 08:26

Went last weekend/bank holiday. Lovely, though queued for over an hour. …Went last weekend/bank holiday. Lovely, though queued for over an hour. Probably because of bank holiday weekend.Oh and as mentioned bring your own picnic lunch/drinks the on site stuff is terrible and VERY expensive!


What’s the car park like? Do I need to get there early ?
Thanks
I never take the car to London, Train and Tube. Sorry.
Looks like they've increased the price by £2... it's now £32 - £10 = £22 for two
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