Cheap tickets for Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer
If you’re looking for the best deals and prices for Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer then you’ve certainly come to the right place. When it comes to Botanical Gardens or any other kind of entertainment, days out or experiences for that matter, then we are unbeaten on bringing you the latest information and offers. Our daily deal checker searches for the cheapest prices for thousands of experiences every single day of the year, so you can rest assured that the price displayed for the Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer is as good as it gets and you certainly won’t be paying over the odds for this fantastic trip. The great news is that for today only we’ve found the Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer available for the exceptional rate of just £4.65, so why delay and risk facing a price increase, click the find best price button above to be redirected to one of our trusted third party websites with a secure booking system. Here’s a brief description of the Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer: Kew Gardens The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew commonly called simply Kew Gardens, is a World Heritage Site located in 300 acres of stunning vistas with 6 magnificent glasshouses set in a beautiful landscape beside the River Thames between Richmond and Kew in south-west London. Entrance includes seasonal exhibitions and activities – some of which include hands-on sessions which are available after entry. Opening hours vary throughout the year. Entrance includes Kew Gardens Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkway which takes you on a fascinating tour under the ground then 18 metres (59ft) up in the air, bringing you closer to the trees in a way that will take your breath away. NB The walkway is accessable only via the staircase (118 steps). With over 800 different species to discover, why not combine your visit to Kew Gardens with a visit to London Zoo, the perfect day out for people of all ages. Kew Explorer The Kew Explorer is a hop-on/hop-off land train which operates a daily service throughout the year. All services depart from Stop 1 adjacent to the Victoria Gate. Please see the daily timetable, located at all visitor gates and at the sevendesignated Kew Explorer stops. By purchasing a ticket you are helping to support Kew’s work in saving the world’s plants. The main boarding point is Stop 1, close to Victoria Plaza. Services arrive at Stop 1 approximately 10 minutes after leaving Stop 7. There is then a 20-minute wait before continuing. Explorer land train ticket holders can get on and off at any stop around the route. We recommend that you check schedules when you purchase your ticket in case of seasonal fluctuations. During severe weather conditions the service is liable to disruption – to confirm that it is running, call020 8332 5655 / 5617. From time to time it is necessary to remove services due to essential maintenance.. If you’re not quite ready to purchase yet then here are some of our top tips for booking your experience days while you make your decision.
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The great thing about Botanical Gardens experiences is that they can be enjoyed by virtually anyone, so why not consider it as a birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift for that special someone? Once you’ve decided on the perfect experience for you, make sure you book with a trusted third party such as Ticketmaster, 365 Tickets, StubHub or one of our many other affiliated websites, our best prices are always sourced from secure and well known brands. It’s quite likely that you will not receive your Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer tickets immediately after ordering, usually these will arrive a couple of weeks or so before the event, however you will be notified at the point of booking, unless of course the ticket reseller uses e-tickets, then they will often be emailed immediately after purchasing. Our final top tip for getting the most out of your experience is to do your homework before you go, lots of websites now offer free experience guides which can include handy tips on the best time of day to visit, where to park, what to do if your experience can be disrupted by extreme weather etc. And of course a quick bit of reading customer reviews on a website such as Tripadvisor will also pay dividends, although you do need to take some of them with a pinch of salt! If you have any questions about Kew Gardens and Kew Explorer then please get in touch via the contact us page.