Kew Gardens and Lunch
We love Kew Gardens. All year round we send Group bookers to these relaxing and educational gardens where the views and smells will brighten up your day no matter what the weather is doing.
Kew Gardens has been a favourite with Group bookers across the years. With the changing seasons comes the changes in view, across the beautifully designed Gardens. The origins of Kew Gardens can be traced to the merging of the royal estates of Richmond and Kew in 1772. William Chambers built several garden structures, including the lofty Chinese pagoda built in 1761 which still remains. There is always a good reason to visit Kew Gardens with so much to see and do. We would recommend that you take the afternoon to explore the area.
We have included a Fish and Chip lunch to start the day off, giving you the energy to stroll the gardens and marvel at the beauty of the rare and tropical plants. With so many collections to admire you can always go to Kew Gardens and see something new. If you would like to enhance your day then why not ask our team about the land train experience.