Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Kew Palace was the family country house of King George III, between 1800 and 1818. The palace reopened to the public in April 2006 after a widely acclaimed restoration. The palace tells the story of George III and his family at rest at and play. Explore the unique second floor of the palace, the bedroom floor – untouched for 200 years. The cottage is found at the southern end of Kew Gardens, near the Pagoda. It is open at weekends and bank holidays during the summer.
Please Note:An admission ticket to Kew Gardens must be purchased to gain access to Kew Palace.
Concessions: Over 60 -
Nearest Tube: Kew