Kew Gardens

The area around Kew Gardens is famous for its "largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections.

Sights and places of interest

Enrich your day out to Kew Gardens by visiting or looking out for:

  • Kew Palace
  • Kew Gardens
  • THE PALM HOUSE
  • Water Dragons of Kew Gardens
  • Kew Gardens Underground Aquarium
  • Blue Plaque: HUGHES, Arthur (1832-1915)
  • TEMPERATE HOUSE
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
  • Blue Plaque: HOOKER, Sir William (1785–1865) & HOOKER, Sir Joseph (1817–1911)
  • ORANGERY

Planning your journey

Facilities at Kew Gardens station

General facilities at Kew Gardens station
Facility Available
Car Park
Cycle Storage
Toilets Yes.
Male and female toilets on the eastbound platform - no charge. These are temporarily closed during lockdown restrictions.
Baby Change
Staffing Full Time
Waiting Room
Seated Area
ATM Machine Yes.
Tourist Information
Shops Yes.

Accessible travel

Accessible facilities at Kew Gardens station
Facility Available
Staff Help Available Monday To Friday - 05:20-01:15
Saturday - 05:20-01:15
Sunday - 07:10-00:10
Impaired Mobility Set Down Drop-off points at western and eastern entrances with drop kerbs
Ramp For Train Access Yes.
Step Free Access Step
free platform interchange requires a 600m journey via street. Use the western Station Approach entrance for trains towards Central London and Stratford and the eastern North Road entrance (via ramp) for trains towards Richmond.
Wheelchairs Available
National Key Toilets
Induction Loop
Accessible Taxis
Accessible Ticket Machines Yes.
Accessible ticket machines sell tickets suitable for use on London Underground services & National Rail including daily and weekly Travelcards.
Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
Nearest Stations With More Facilities Richmond 
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