Kew Palace – A temporary residence of King George III. See the Palace and enjoy the world famous Royal Botanic Garden
Kew Palace is situated inside the Royal Botanic Gardens. It’s one of the popular attractions along side Royal Botanic Garden. Kew Palace ticket is included in Kew Garden Tickets. See the famous Royal Botanic Garden and Kew Palace as well.
Kew Palace History
This Palace originally known as ‘Old Palace’ or Dutch House. It was built in 1631 by Samuel Fortrey. By marriage it became the property of Samuel Molyneux, Esq., secretary to George II. Frederick, Prince of Wales (son of George II) and subsequently King George III own this house. A musical portrait of Frederick, Prince of Wales and his sisters by Philip Mercier, dated 1733, uses the house as its plein-air backdrop. King George III used it as temporary residence as well.
Kew Palace: Admission ticket price, opening hours
Admission Tickets: A Kew Gardens ticket must be purchased to visit Kew Palace as it is included in Kew Gardens ticket. Tickets prices for Kew Garden- Adults £17, Children (4–16) £5, Children under 4 Free, Concessions (for visitors with a disability, senior citizens 60+) £15, Student £8.50, Essential carers, registered blind and partially sighted visitors Free, Local residents (weekdays except school holidays) £12.50 online only. Buy tickets online for reduced price. All children (16 and belew) must be accompanied by an adult.
Opening Hours: Summer (29 March – 30 September) Kew Palace and The Royal Kitchens 10:30am–5.30pm (Last admission- 5pm), Queen Charlotte’s Cottage: Weekends and summer Bank Holidays 11am–4pm (Last admission- 3.50pm). Winter (01 October – 28 March)- Kew Palace closed during winter. Remember that Kew Garden opening time is 10am – 7pm daily (last entry 6pm).
Address Car Parking and Nearest Tube to Kew Palace
Address: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Richmond, TW9 3AE. See the locations in Google Map. Kew Palace is within the grounds of Kew Garden, the Royal Botanic Garden
Telephone and Email: 020 3166 6000 Use the webform to email them
Nearest Tube Train and Bus: Kew Gardens station: (District line), Train- Kew Bridge station, Bus- Bus numbers 65, 237, 391 and 267 (summer Sundays only). Please visit the Journey Planner of Transport for London to see how to get here.
Car parking: Car Parking Elizabeth Gate (TW9 3AB) is the Kew Gardens entrance closest to Kew Palace. Parking is limited to 300 cars. Parking costs £7.00 for a full day throughout the year. The Brentford Gate car park has several dedicated parking bays for disabled visitors. There are three disabled parking bays near Elizabeth Gate on Kew Green. Parking is free for Blue Badge Holders.
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