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Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

The world-renowned gardens and the structures within provide a unique and beautiful setting for any event. Choose from a wide range of formal and casual venues, which can accommodate from 20 to 400 guests. Strolling through the beautiful gardens is sure to create an incredible impression for all of your guests. Founded in 1840 from the exotic garden at Kew Park in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Kew’s living collection – the largest in the world – includes more than 30,000 different kinds of plants, while the vast herbarium, also one of the world’s largest, has over seven million preserved plant specimens. An impressive collection for an equally impressive venue.
Founded in 1840 from  the exotic garden at Kew Park in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames,  Kew’s living collection – the largest in the world – includes more than 30,000  different kinds of plants, while the vast herbarium, also one of the world’s  largest, has over seven million preserved plant specimens. An impressive  collection for an equally impressive venue.

Rooms

Cambridge Cottage sits amid its own picturesque gardens, where it presents the ideal venue for parties, conferences, team building or away days. This charming space offers an abundance of natural daylight and a pair of versatile rooms available for exclusive or combined hire. Day delegate rates are available here for 30-100 guests.


The Orangery is a beautiful, light and airy space, with a handsome appearance both indoors and out. It’s an ideal setting for exclusive dinners, evening receptions, awards ceremonies, private parties and magical wedding days for up to 230 guests. The Orangery has its own Orangery Conference Room, a contemporary setting that is well suited to small daytime events such as meetings, presentations, team building and away days.


Discover a completely unique setting for your event in the Marianne North Gallery. The beautifully restored space displays over 800 paintings of more than 900 species of plants and offers stunning surroundings for a dinner, reception or networking event.


The Nash Conservatory glasshouse is a very special venue. A truly elegant and versatile space for drinks receptions, awards ceremonies, product launches and away days, it can accommodate up to 200. This lovely venue originally stood in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, until 1836, when it was moved, brick-by-brick, to Kew.


The Princess of Wales Conservatory is filled with wonders, offering a wealth of talking points for guests lucky enough to attend a reception here. At night it is beautifully illuminated and offers an absolutely stunning setting for your event.

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