Free unlimited access to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst
' Kew had lots of stuff to keep the whole family entertained. Tree top walk, the Hive, the children's gardens. '
Natalie, Boundless member
A UNESCO World Heritage site
Find out about the science and conservation work behind Kew’s botanical collections, woodlands, wetlands and reserves. Discover more than 50,000 plant species and enjoy a wide range of attractions.
Learn about all the endangered plant species housed in the famous Palm House at Kew, or take a trip through the rich and varied habitats of the Himalayas at Wakehurst in Sussex. Enjoy Kew’s range of attractions, galleries, events and activities – including theatre performances and exhibitions – then relax in one of their cafés and restaurants.