Kew Gardens

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Visiting Kew Gardens is an unforgettable experience, and it’s even more enjoyable when you can explore its beauty without carrying your bags. This guide will help you find the best luggage storage options near Kew Gardens to ensure a hassle-free visit.

About Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens, also known as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is a world-famous botanical garden located in southwest London. Spanning over 300 acres, Kew Gardens is home to a diverse collection of plants, flowers, and trees, including many rare and endangered species. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2003.

Left Luggage Lockers Near Kew Gardens

There are no dedicated left luggage lockers within Kew Gardens or in its immediate vicinity. However, you may find luggage storage facilities at nearby train stations, such as Waterloo and Victoria.

Luggage Storage near Kew Gardens With Stasher

Stasher is an online luggage storage platform that partners with local businesses and hotels to offer secure and insured storage for your bags. Visit Stasher’s homepage to find a suitable storage location near Kew Gardens and make a booking.

Alternative Luggage Storage Solutions Near Kew Gardens

Some hotels and self-storage facilities near Kew Gardens may offer luggage storage services. It’s recommended to contact them directly for information on availability, pricing, and operating hours.

Kew Gardens Transportation

Kew Gardens is well-connected by public transport, with several options available:

  • Train: Kew Gardens Station is served by both the London Overground and South Western Railway services.
  • Tube: Kew Gardens Station is also on the District Line of the London Underground.
  • Bus: Local bus routes, including the 65 and 391, stop near Kew Gardens.

Things To Do Near Kew Gardens

  • Explore the Palm House, a stunning Victorian glasshouse filled with tropical plants
  • Visit the Temperate House, the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world
  • Wander through the picturesque Japanese Garden
  • Marvel at the towering Treetop Walkway
  • Discover the historic Kew Palace and its Royal Kitchens

Luggage Storage Options In Hotels Near Kew Gardens

Some hotels near Kew Gardens may offer luggage storage services for their guests or charge a fee for non-guests. It’s advised to contact the hotel directly to inquire about availability and pricing.

Getting There

To reach Kew Gardens via tube and bus, follow these steps:

By Tube:

  1. Take the District Line on the London Underground. The District Line is marked by a green color on the tube map.
  2. Board a train heading towards Richmond. Make sure to check the destination on the front of the train and on the platform information displays.
  3. Alight at Kew Gardens Station. The station is approximately a 10-minute walk from Victoria Gate, the main entrance to Kew Gardens.

By Bus: Several bus routes serve Kew Gardens. Here are two popular routes:

  • Route 65: This bus route runs between Ealing Broadway and Kingston, passing by Kew Gardens. You can catch the bus at various stops, including Ealing Broadway Station, Brentford, and Richmond Station. Alight at the “Kew Green (Stop D)” bus stop, which is a short walk from the Elizabeth Gate entrance.
  • Route 391: This bus route runs between Fulham and Richmond, passing by Kew Gardens. Catch the bus at stops such as Fulham Broadway, Hammersmith, and Chiswick. Alight at the “Kew Gardens Station (Stop E)” bus stop, and then walk for approximately 10 minutes to reach the Victoria Gate entrance.

Please note that bus routes and schedules may change. It’s always a good idea to check the Transport for London (TfL) website for the latest information and to plan your journey accordingly.

History of Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens has a rich history dating back to the 18th century when the gardens were founded under the patronage of the royal family. The gardens have since grown into a world-renowned center for botanical research and conservation. The site houses an extensive collection of plants, historical buildings, and glasshouses, attracting millions of visitors each year.