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Address: Royal Botanic Gardens
Kew
Richmond
Surrey
TW9 3AB
England
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Peyton Events
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Delegate Rates:
Daily:   From  £61.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Room Hire Rate: From £750.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Member of Associations: EVCOM, International Live Events Assocoation (ILEA), Unique Venues of London
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Location & Parking: Situated on the banks of the River Thames, Kew Gardens is located in West London, 3 miles from both Hammersmith and Richmond. Central London and Heathrow are both 7 miles away. Kew Gardens has excellent public transport links on the London Underground, rail and bus services.
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Description

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Kew Gardens, a 320 acre royal botanic gardens and UNESCO World Heritage Site, has an established reputation for hosting some of the most memorable events in one of London’s most beautiful environments.

Kew has a diverse portfolio of venues, from the beautiful eighteenth-century Orangery to the quaint Cambridge Cottage, an elegant former royal residence. Our venues are available for both evening and day hire, and are unique yet versatile to host your individual event.

On 5th May 2018, Kew’s breath-taking Temperate House – the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world – reopened after a five-year closure. The entire frame-work of the building has been painstakingly repaired, and its thousands of panes of glass replaced, along with its intricate ironwork and expansive paved flooring. The result is a glistening cathedral housing 10,000 plants, making it one of the most unique venues in London.

The impressive glasshouse can host large evening dinners and standing receptions of up to 300 guests amongst 10,000 species of rare and endangered plants. You are now, once again able to hire this magnificent space exclusively in which to throw the most exquisite events. With venue hire starting from £14,000 + VAT for the evening you can impress your guests with endless history within this completely unique space.

For an intimate corporate or private event, Cambridge Cottage is a charming Grade 2 listed venue, set within its own private gardens. Cambridge Cottage can accommodate up to 100 guests in theatre style, 80 for seated dining, and up to 150 for a standing reception.

The Marianne North Gallery is a beautiful gallery housing 832 paintings depicting more than 900 species of plants, all created by Marianne North, a Victorian explorer and artist. The Gallery is ideal for evening drinks receptions of up to 80 and dinners for 50, which the option of adding on the neighbouring Shirley Sherwood Gallery for larger events.

Ideal for a larger private event or conference, the Sir Joseph Banks Building is a striking, partly subterranean space that is appropriate for both day time and evening events. The Sir Joseph Banks Building caters for up to 230 guest’s theatre style, 160 cabaret style and 200 for a dinner.

Available for evening hire, the Orangery is ideal for large drinks receptions or dinner events. The Orangery can accommodate up to 400 guests for a drinks party or seated dining for up to 200. Adjacent to the Orangery banqueting area, our Orangery Conference Room provides corporate daytime space for up to 30.

The oldest and most striking of the 19th Century glasshouses at Kew Gardens, the Nash Conservatory was originally designed for the gardens of Buckingham Palace by John Nash and was moved to Kew in 1836 by William IV. The Nash Conservatory is a versatile event space that is available for both day and evening hire and can accommodate a variety of events up to a capacity of 200, dependent on the event format. 

Stunningly illuminated after dark, the Princess of Wales Conservatory provides a unique drinks reception experience, in which your guests can explore the different climactic zones, plants and free roaming lizards. 

By choosing Kew as your venue, not only are you ensuring your event has that important wow factor, but you will also be helping our valuable plant conservation and life-saving research work. 

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