District line & Overground
Please also see Kew Bridge National Rail station. Kew is pronounced as 'queue' (not koo).
Over 300 acres of trees, shrubs, flowers and many rare plants. Exotic glasshouses including the
Princess of Wales Conservatory with ten climatic zones. Museums. Restaurant and tea chalet.
Tel. 020 8332 5655.
Open Daily from 1000, closing time varies, see website.
Built in 1631, this is the smallest of the royal palaces. It was used by members of the royal family
from 1728 until the death of Queen Charlotte in 1818.
Tel. 0844 482 7777.
Kew Palace is in the Royal Botanic Gardens and cannot be visited separately.
Open Apr-Sep, Daily 1100-1700.
The world's largest collection of steam pumping engines. The engines are in steam most weekends.
The Waterworks gallery tells the story of London's water supply system from Roman times to the present day.
Garden with water play features and picnic area. Steam railway. Café.
Tel. 020 8568 4757.
Open Daily 1100-1600.
Automatic musical instruments from musical boxes to a Wurlitzer cinema organ.
Live demonstrations. Tel. 020 8560 8108.
Open FSSu & BH 1100-1700, last admission 1600.
Complete London bus network
with enlarged central area.
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