Walled garden at Wakehurst, Kew

Botanical garden with the world's largest seed conservation project


Things to see and do

Flowers in a planter in the gardens at Wakehurst , West Sussex, in August, with a wrought iron archway in the foreground.

Visit the Wakehurst website 

Wakehurst is reopening for people who can get to the gardens safely and enjoy the fresh air. The gardens will be open to a limited number of people by advance booking only.

Wakehurst is owned by the National Trust but managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For information on reopening, safety measures and admission prices, visit kew.org or call 01444 894066.

Entry is free to National Trust members on presentation of a valid membership card however car parking charges apply as a vital contribution to RBG Kew’s plant science, conservation and horticultural work at Wakehurst.