Kew Botanic Gardens by bike


Kew Botanic Gardens by bike

Arrive at UNESCO World Heritage Kew Botanic Gardens by bike on either our Ale Tasting Bike Tour or our bespoke Royal Deer Park Ride.

Ale Tasting Bike Tour
Cycle the University Boat Race route of the River Thames, pass Fullers Brewery,taste their beers, visit the brewery Shop* (closed Sundays) and a riverside pub before arriving at Kew Gardens.

Royal Deer Park Bike Tour
Enjoy cycling Richmond Park the largest Royal Park of London and an old royal hunting ground where deer still roam freely, cycle along the riverside to Kew Gardens.

Kew Botanic Gardens By Bike

April is tulip time at Kew Gardens!

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to request a date £140 (1-4 people) £180 private tour.

Kew Gardens is a botanical gardens which was set up on the bank of the River Thames in South West London 250 years ago. With its’ 2 Victorian glasshouses, Chinese Pagoda and plants brought from all over the world in the 18th Century, this is truly a wonderful place to visit.

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Aswell as seasonal attractions the permanant sites are:

  • The 2 Victorian glasshouses, where you can walk high up amongst the tops of the huge plants growing there including the Chilean wine palm, the world’s tallest indoor plant.
  • The Xstrata Treetop Walkway views across Kew Gardens.
  • The Princess of Wales Conservatory
  • Kew Palace the family home of King George III
  • Newly restored 18th C Chinese Pagoda
  • The Orangery Restaurant
  • Orchid Festival in February.

Spring at Kew Gardens

Last year the Victorian Temperate House opened after extensive restoration work, 10,000 plants are now on display for you to visit before or after a bike tour.

The Chinese Pagoda was also unveiled after restoration, see it now from inside aswell as out.

Kew Gardens by bike

The Pagoda is now open after an extensive restoration for you to visit.

Contact Us

to request a date £140 (1-4 people) £180 private tour.

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