Kew Gardens By Bike

Arrive at Kew Gardens by bike

Arrive at Kew Gardens by bike after cycling the University Boat Race route of the River Thames on our Ale Tasting Bike Tour. 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.

Kew Gardens By Bike

April is tulip time at Kew Gardens!

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.

Offered Tuesdays March-October
10am-2pm £35 inc half day bike hire + Fullers beer tasting.
Or Contact Us for an alternate date or bespoke Kew Gardens by bike Royal Deer Park Ride.

Kew Gardens attractions are:

The Orangery

Kew Gardens by bike

Kew Palace

Kew Gardens by bike

The Xstrata Treetop Walkway

Kew Botanic by bike

The Victorian Palm House

Kew Botanic Gardens by bike

The Chinese Pagoda

Kew Gardens by bike

The Temperate House

Kew Gardens by bike

*Fullers Brewery Shop is closed weekends
*The Pagoda is currently being restored and will reopen in June 2018

Summer at Kew Gardens

The Victorian Temperate House is now open after extensive restoration work, you can visit after a bike tour.

Kew Gardens by bike

The views from the upper walkway are stunning!

The Chinese Pagoda will also be unveiled this Spring after restoration, you will be able to see it now from inside aswell as out.

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Kew Gardens by bike

The Pagoda is visible after is extensive restoration, but not open till end May/beginning of June.

Reserve your Tuesday Bike Tour:

OR Contact Us to request an alternate date or your own private Kew Gardens Bike Tour.

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