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 brewery 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.

If you prefer cycle the largest Royal Park of London before or after your Kew Gardens visit on our Royal Deer Park Ride. See 2 types of deer roaming in this old hunting ground of royalty.

Amazing glass sculptures will be located around the gardens, use our bikes to cycle there.

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.

Contact Us to request a date for your Kew Gardens Bike Tour, either Royal Deer Park Ride or Ale Tasting Bike Tour.

Kew Gardens attractions are:

The Orangery

Kew Gardens by bike

Kew Gardens by bike

The Xstrata Treetop Walkway

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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

2019 Events Kew Gardens

Chihuly Glass At Kew

American glass sculpter Dale Chihuly works are coming to Kew Gardens this summer! 13th April to 27th October selections of his art pieces will be located around Kew Gardens.

Stunning Chihuly glass scultures will be sited around Kew Gardens from April use our Bike to cycle there .

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 was also unveiled in 2018 after restoration, you can now see it from inside aswell as out (extra cost)

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Contact Us to request a date for your own private Kew Gardens Bike Tour.

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