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Entry to Kew Gardens and Palace for Two Adults - £22 with code @ Red Letter Days - (Works out at £11pp)

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Nice day out for the equivalent of £11 per person. If you're off to London over the Summer then it a good time to pick up cheap tickets, as it can be quite expensive otherwise (Like a lot of place in London) The are valid for 10 months after purchase, so plenty of time to use them.

Use code RLD10 for this price and choose E-Voucher


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  • 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

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.



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If you are travelling by train then the Days Out 2 for 1 works out cheaper. £18 for two adults:

daysoutguide.co.uk/kew…ens

Even if you are not travelling by train, it may be worth buying a short return journey for the duration of your holiday to take advantage of this and all the other 2 for 1 offers on the national rail's days out site.
Go after 12pm and you can park normally in streets
Used to be 1p when I was young (1970's, not 1870's)!
Tintintin08/07/2019 16:57

Or if you were lucky enough to purchase Mays publication of Gardeners …Or if you were lucky enough to purchase Mays publication of Gardeners World, which included a 2for1 entry to so many locations for an entire year.


You can still buy this for £6.25:

magsdirect.co.uk/magazine/gwmay19/

Making it £24.25 for two people, but you can use the card in many other places.
Edited by: "benjus" 8th Jul
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I was there last week
Awesome day
Go after 12pm and you can park normally in streets
Used to be 1p when I was young (1970's, not 1870's)!
Would love to see it!
It's £6 wtih Tesco Clubcard, correct?
If you are travelling by train then the Days Out 2 for 1 works out cheaper. £18 for two adults:

daysoutguide.co.uk/kew…ens

Even if you are not travelling by train, it may be worth buying a short return journey for the duration of your holiday to take advantage of this and all the other 2 for 1 offers on the national rail's days out site.
Great day out, good food too.
it is free for under 15 i think
Ordered. Thank you!
Or if you were lucky enough to purchase Mays publication of Gardeners World, which included a 2for1 entry to so many locations for an entire year.
I'm going tomorrow when this deal was posted last time looking forward to it
Tintintin08/07/2019 16:57

Or if you were lucky enough to purchase Mays publication of Gardeners …Or if you were lucky enough to purchase Mays publication of Gardeners World, which included a 2for1 entry to so many locations for an entire year.


You can still buy this for £6.25:

magsdirect.co.uk/magazine/gwmay19/

Making it £24.25 for two people, but you can use the card in many other places.
Edited by: "benjus" 8th Jul
I have some 2for1 vouchers from Grow Wild if anyone wants one.
Would the 2for1 work for children?
Walking around for endless amount of time in this heat (horror). I remember going with college a long time ago.
Got a newborn. Looking to take her and mum when my little one turns 6 weeks old. Would it be good for them or just long?
postmang08/07/2019 19:28

I have some 2for1 vouchers from Grow Wild if anyone wants one.


would appreciate one thanks
postmang08/07/2019 19:28

I have some 2for1 vouchers from Grow Wild if anyone wants one.


Would appreciate if you still have thanks
x80ssm08/07/2019 20:40

Got a newborn. Looking to take her and mum when my little one turns 6 …Got a newborn. Looking to take her and mum when my little one turns 6 weeks old. Would it be good for them or just long?


On average most people take around 3 hours to explore the whole of the gardens , but to enjoy it properly you really need to stay longer and not rush it , have a break something to eat and carry on , but i guess with a baby and everything else that you need to take it can be tiring !
I bet you are in the Kew for hours!
girag184708/07/2019 22:21

On average most people take around 3 hours to explore the whole of the …On average most people take around 3 hours to explore the whole of the gardens , but to enjoy it properly you really need to stay longer and not rush it , have a break something to eat and carry on , but i guess with a baby and everything else that you need to take it can be tiring !


absolutely no way you can explore the WHOLE place in 3 hours - not a chance in hell, the place is massive & there are so many things hidden away in nooks & crannies its unbeleivable

you really need a full day (ie 6 to 8 hours) with a few breaks so you arent comletely nackered by the end of the day

its definately worth paying for the hop on hop off bus as walking for hours on end can be quite tiring even for the young & fit let alone older & unfit people

and whatever you do dont go on a weekend or a bank holiday as it gets uncomfortably busy - take a day off work if you have too
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 8th Jul
got one for me and my mrs
So, all the site has provided with the e-voucher is a reference code and a set of incoherent instructions. I'm guessing you just show up on the day at Kew Gardens, head to the ticket office and all they'll need is that reference code?
samhh09/07/2019 10:10

So, all the site has provided with the e-voucher is a reference code and a …So, all the site has provided with the e-voucher is a reference code and a set of incoherent instructions. I'm guessing you just show up on the day at Kew Gardens, head to the ticket office and all they'll need is that reference code?


when I went it wasnt clear where to queue so I asked one of the employees managing the queues & they directed me where to go which in my case at least was to the booth for "friends of kew" meaning I bypassed the long queues

you just give the person in the booth your printed off voucher

on a completely different topic when I was walking round in a clockwise direction I vaguely recall that one small corner entrance which I think was along the same road as the main entrance didnt seem to be manned & that it might have been possible to just walk in
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 9th Jul
Ana1008/07/2019 13:17

it is free for under 15 i think


Nope, £6 for a child
I'd say if your localish its worth getting a years pass. Got one for my Dad, was £71 for the year and you can take a guest each time with you for free.
How much is this normally?
How instantly does this come through?
Anyone know if these are valid for the Christmas lights
do you need to book tickets with the e voucher or can you just show that?
Awesome! Thanks!
postmang08/07/2019 19:28

I have some 2for1 vouchers from Grow Wild if anyone wants one.


Yes please 🙏
Things I learnt which may come handy to others to avoid the scorn of the Mrs.

1. Tell her to wear proper suitable footwear as it involves a lot of walking.
2. Definitely take a picnic box and fill it up with drinks and food, as you will encounter a lot of people doing the same and not make you look like yogi the bear.
3. If it’s hot and sunny take sun cream to avoid getting burnt.

If you get the above right, then it should be an enjoyable day.


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samhh09/07/2019 10:10

So, all the site has provided with the e-voucher is a reference code and a …So, all the site has provided with the e-voucher is a reference code and a set of incoherent instructions. I'm guessing you just show up on the day at Kew Gardens, head to the ticket office and all they'll need is that reference code?


Print off your voucher and take it to the ticket booth, they’ll do the rest.
I like many others took advantage of the Gardener's World magazine offer in May, the magazine had a 2 for 1 admission card, which is valid for Kew and many others around the Uk, and valid for 12 months.
38151663-jVDji.jpgAnyone with a working time machine would be wise to pop back and get one😝
Or check on fleabay, there are plenty for a few ££. And as said are valid for multi use.
Nicebob26/07/2019 11:43

I like many others took advantage of the Gardener's World magazine offer …I like many others took advantage of the Gardener's World magazine offer in May, the magazine had a 2 for 1 admission card, which is valid for Kew and many others around the Uk, and valid for 12 months.[Image] Anyone with a working time machine would be wise to pop back and get one😝Or check on fleabay, there are plenty for a few ££. And as said are valid for multi use.


As I posted earlier on this thread, you can buy the May 2019 issue with the 2-for-1 card from here:

magsdirect.co.uk/mag…19/

Cheaper than eBay, I think.
Thanks a lot! This is beatifull
A really great place. Just take your own food if you don't fancy paying £4 for a sausage roll
Is it near manchester bro? Looks neato.
benjus26/07/2019 12:03

As I posted earlier on this thread, you can buy the May 2019 issue with …As I posted earlier on this thread, you can buy the May 2019 issue with the 2-for-1 card from here:https://magsdirect.co.uk/magazine/gwmay19/Cheaper than eBay, I think.


Even better, thanks.
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