The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a selection of spectacular and iconic event venues in our world-renowned gardens.

Cambridge Cottage is an elegant, listed building is set within its own private gardens, and now houses a permanent exhibition of botanical art by historical and contemporary artists

The Nash Conservatory is the oldest of the 19th Century glasshouses at Kew, providing a unique and versatile event space for both daytime and evening events.

The Princess of Wales Conservatory offers a unique event experience, allowing your guests to enjoy a drinks and canapé reception whilst exploring a diverse glasshouse.

The Orangery is one of Kew’s most magnificent venues, perfect for exclusive evening events.

The newest addition to Kew’s venue portfolio, the stunning, freshly restored Temperate House, which is the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, re-opened in May 2018 after a five-year closure.

Princess Augusta, mother of George III, founded the original Botanic Gardens in 1759 with a collection of rare plants. Kew’s rich history has continued to evolve making it a leading centre for global scientific research and plant conservation.

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