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A little strange to advertise something as "free" when you can only access it after buying a Kew Gardens ticket, especially as the man told us they receive limited (if any) funding from the Gardens. However, it was an interesting little tour of a nice...More
This is a very nice place to visit in Kew Botanical Gardens. You can visit it with the Kew Botanical Gardens ticket, don't need to purchase another one. Very nice place and some rooms also have an eerie feel.
Visited Kew palace today. Not a grand palace, more of a house. The layout of the house, information available, rich history make this a worthwhile visit. The staff is very helpful. I researched the history of the house prior to visiting, which was helpful.
Loved looking around this property,and the staff are absolutely brilliant explaining all the history that this property holds about the Royals ,if history is your thing I would highly recommend a visit 10/10
Well for free it has to be! OK there's a donation box and an overpriced guide book, but the determined miser needn't pay a bean.
So, it's a nice house - I'd be very happy to live there, the rooms are well proportioned and it's...More
As a combination of Royal Palace and gardens Kew is a sort of Versailles in reverse. Whereas the home of Louis XIV completely dominates the spacious grounds in which it sits, George III's palace at Kew is sufficiently to have been subsumed into a small...More