Kew Gardens By Bike

Arrive at Kew Gardens by bike after a Beer Tasting or Royal Deer Park cycle ride

Kew Gardens is a 250 year botanical gardens and UNESCO World Heritage Site set on the River Thames in Zone 3 SW London and can be visited after our rides.

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Kew Gardens by bike

Cycle the University Boat Race route of the River Thames on our Ale Tasting Bike Tour finishing at Kew Botanic Gardens. Pass Fullers Brewery, the oldest in London, taste their beers and visit the brewery Shop*. See historic houses and ancient pubs on this route crossing the River Thames several times.

Or bespoke private rides can visit Kew Gardens on our Royal Deer Park Ride or our Hampton Court Palace River Ride

Kew Gardens attractions are:

  • The 2 Victorian glasshouses*, where you can walk high up amongst the tops of the huge plants
  • The Xstrata Treetop Walkway- a unique 18metre high canopy walkway for views across Kew Gardens.
  • The 18th Century Chinese Pagoda*
  • The Princess of Wales Conservatory with it’s 10 climatic zones housing a vast variety of plants.
  • Kew Palace the 18th Century family home of King George III
  • There are plenty of places to eat and drink especially nice on a sunny day is The Orangery.
  • Seasonal attractions such as the Orchid Exhibition in February.

*Fullers Brewery Shop is closed weekends
*Temperate Glass House closed till 2018
*The Pagoda is currently being restored and will reopen in 2018

Spring at Kew Gardens

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