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Kew Gardens & Kew Palace

Kew Gardens & Kew Palace

An Unmissable Day Trip by Coach to the Royal Botanical Gardens from Kent

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Enjoy two great historic attractions in one single day out.


This unmissable coach day trip takes travellers to the stunning Kew Gardens in London where you can explore glasshouses, landscapes and 250 years of history at the world's most famous botanic garden. Climb to the treetops, delve into rainforest and discover a vast range of rare and beautiful plants.

Kew has a pivotal role as a world-leader in plant science and conservation, and gives visitors a glimpse into the important role botanic gardens play in the future of the planet. The greatest of all public gardens in Britain, and perhaps the world, is often referred to as the Royal Botanic Gardens. Exotic and unusual plants can be discovered from around the world, with over 40,000 species in total.


Newly opened on 2016, the critically acclaimed unique structure The Hive encapsulates the story of the honey bee and the important role of pollination, through an immersive sound and visual experience. The installation is made from thousands of pieces of aluminium which create a lattice effect and is fitted with hundreds of LED lights that glow and fade as a unique soundtrack hums and buzzes around you.


With its royal heritage, historic buildings and 300 acres of green space, Kew is much more than just a garden, Kew is a perfect day out. Some attractions may not be available for reasons beyond our control. 


Our visit also includes entry to Kew Palace*, a four-storey brick house built in 1631. First used by the Royal Family in 1728, the Palace was purchased by George III in 1781 as an annex to the White House (located where the sundial now stands) to accommodate his growing family. Subsequently, it became a more permanent home for the Royal Family, and King George IV was born here. 


After having lain untouched for over 200 years, you can also now explore the Royal Kitchens at Kew. Step back in time to 6 February 1789 when George III was given his knife and fork back after his first bout of ‘madness’. For more information on Kew Palace and The Royal Kitchen.


What's Included:


  • Return Coach Travel

  • Entrance to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

  • Approx 4-5 free time to explore


Please note this may be a shared departure

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Ashford Park Street Bus Stop A, Ashford
Ashford International Htl Ashford International Hotel
Folkestone Bus Station Bay E, Folkestone
Hawkinge Haven Drive, bus stop outside Lidl, Hawkinge
Hythe North Bound Red Lion Square next to pub, Hythe
M2 Medway North Bound M2 Medway Services, North Bound
Maidstone Bus stop outside Vinters Road Car Park,
Sittingbourne Road, Maidstone

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Buzzlines Travel
3a-3b Defiant Close, Terlingham Forum, Hawkinge, Kent, CT18 7SU
01303 261 870

Opening Hours

Monday – Wednesday, Friday
09:00hrs – 17:30hrs

09:30hrs – 17:30hrs

10:00hrs – 14:00hrs