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Kew Gardens

Kew offers a number of stunning venues for your wedding, private or corporate event providing an idyllic garden setting within easy reach of London. Our world renowned gardens and iconic buildings provide the most unique and unforgettable setting for your event.

Spaces at Kew Gardens

  • 26 - 388m2 (285 - 4176ft2)
  • 50 - 400 people
  • Ddisabled access

Nash Conservatory

The Nash Conservatory is the oldest of the 19th century glasshouses at Kew. Originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, this classic conservatory now provides a unique and versatile space event space for both daytime and evening events.

  • 120m2 (1292ft2)
  • 96 - 200 people
  • D disabled access

Marianne North Gallery

The Marianne North Gallery is ideal for evening drinks reception or seated dining. With limited availability, the gallery does provide an intimate, once in a lifetime experience for your guests. This unique venue is ideal for birthday parties, corporate dinners and networking events. The gallery houses a permanent exhibition by the Victorian artist. Restored in 2009, the gallery houses 832 paintings depicting more than 900 species of plants.

  • 108m2 (1163ft2)
  • 50 - 80 people
  • D disabled access

Orangery

The large, open plan design of the Orangery makes it the ideal venue for both weddings and private events. With high ceilings and grand arched windows, the room is filled with natural light. The 18th century building was originally filled with citrus trees. The Orangery can also be booked as part of our multi venue hire package.

  • 388m2 (4176ft2)
  • 200 - 400 people
  • D disabled access

The large, open plan design of the Orangery makes it the ideal venue for both weddings and private events. With high ceilings and grand, arched windows, the room is filled with natural light. The 18th century building was originally filled with citrus trees. During the summer months, guests can enjoy the large terrace with its spectacular views of the landscape, with lights illuminating the surrounding trees at night. The Orangery can also be booked also as part of our multi venue hire package.

  • 388m2 (4176ft2)
  • 200 - 400 people
  • D disabled access

The large, open plan design of the Orangery makes it the ideal venue for both weddings and private events. With high ceilings and grand arched windows, the room is filled with natural light. The 18th century building was originally filled with citrus trees. During the summer months, guests can enjoy the large terrace with its spectacular views of the landscape, with lights illuminating the surrounding trees at night.

  • 388m2 (4176ft2)
  • 200 - 400 people
  • D disabled access

Princess of Wales Conservatory

Guests can enjoy a drinks and canape reception while exploring the glasshouse, which is the most complex at Kew containing 10 computer-controlled climatic zones. The conservatory can be booked as part of the wedding multi venue hire package.

  • 26m2 (285ft2)
  • 200 people
  • D disabled access

Guests can enjoy drinks and canape reception while exploring the glasshouse, which is the most complex at Kew containing 10 computer-controlled climatic zones. It is a short stroll or Explorer land train trip from the other Kew venues and works perfectly as a pre-dinner drinks reception space in conjunction with Cambridge Cottage or the Orangery. The conservatory can also be booked as part of the multi venue hire package.

  • 26m2 (285ft2)
  • 200 people
  • D disabled access

Cambridge Cottage

The perfect venue for hire in London for corporate away days, as a party venue or conferences. Inside the cottage, the Gallery and Drawing room are spacious and light rooms that can be used independently or together depending on your requirements. Both rooms open out onto the Duke's garden which is a tranquil and picturesque space ideal for outdoor coffee breaks or drinks receptions. Cambridge Cottage is the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge and became part of the gardens in 1904.

  • 93m2 (1001ft2)
  • 56 - 120 people
  • D disabled access

Cambridge Cottage is the formal Royal Residence of the Duke of Cambridge and became part of the gardens in 1904. It is now available for indoor and outdoor civil ceremonies and for small and medium-sized wedding receptions. The rooms inside the cottage open out onto a private garden which can be used for standing canape receptions should the weather permit.

  • 93m2 (1001ft2)
  • 56 - 120 people
  • D disabled access

Cambridge Cottage is the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge and became part of the gardens in 1904. It is now the perfect venue for hire in London as a party venue, both during daytime and the evening. Inside the cottage, the Gallery and Drawing room are spacious and light rooms which open out onto the Duke's garden - a tranquil and picturesque space ideal for outdoor functions.

  • 93m2 (1001ft2)
  • 56 - 120 people
  • D disabled access

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