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Venue price From £2000
Venue capacity 50 - 400 people

Spaces at Kew Gardens

The Nash Conservatory has floor to ceiling windows on three sides which provide a wealth of natural daylight. It is licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships for up to 200 guests. Alternatively, the Nash Conservatory can be used for drinks receptions when hired in conjunction with another Kew venue.

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.

The Orangery is the perfect venue for a beautiful wedding. The spacious room is a part of an 18th-century building. It has an open-plan design and boasts high ceilings and grand arched windows to bring in natural light. You can book the Orangery as a part of our multi-venue hire package.

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.

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.

Your guests will arrive at Elizabeth Gate and make the short walk to the Nash Conservatory for your ceremony. After your ceremony guests will move to Kew’s tropical glasshouse, the Princess of Wales Conservatory, for pre-dinner drinks and canapes. The wedding party can continue to the magnificent Orangery for your full reception, with dinner, speeches and dancing. If you're planning a church wedding, you may use the Nash Conservatory and lawn for pre-dinner drinks before moving on to the Orangery for your evening wedding dinner and dance.

About 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.