Tickets and prices

Visit the gardens and see the palace for free.

Visit the gardens and see the palace for free.

Updated 12 June. As a result of the Coronavirus global pandemic, we have taken the difficult decision to close Kew Palace until March 2021. We apologise for any disappointment this may cause. Please read our statement

*Our members get more

In return for their support, our members can explore our historic royal palaces as many times as they like, all year round.

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Access to Kew Palace is included with your Kew Gardens ticket

A Kew Gardens ticket must be purchased to visit Kew Palace or to climb the Pagoda. Tickets for Kew Gardens can be purchased either on the day (at the ticket kiosk), or online via the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew website.

Historic Royal Palaces members* get an exclusive discount on their Kew Gardens ticket when purchased on-site.

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The  Great Pagoda, an imitation Chinese octagonal tower of ten storeys, designed by architect Sir William Chambers and completed in 1762. The pagoda was reopened to the public on 13 July 2018 following a five-year restoration project.

Kew Pagoda tickets

The Great Pagoda sits within the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and a gardens admission ticket is needed to access the Pagoda. This additional ticket is needed to climb the Great Pagoda.

We are not currently accepting advance ticket bookings for the Pagoda. Visitors will still be able to purchase tickets on the day of their visit, provided we are open. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

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Friends of Kew

10% off price of ticket

Ticket types

Child: 5 to 15 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Adult: 16 years and over.
(Historic Royal Palaces members get free admission to the next available time slot on the day by showing their membership card.)

General information

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