Kew Gardens

England, TW9 3AE, United Kingdom


3 Reviews


Kew Gardens Corporate Functions & Events

Located in Richmond in London’s South West, Kew Gardens is a unique choice for your next corporate event. The renowned botanical research and educational institution offers an array of versatile event spaces which can be hired individually or combined for large functions.

Whether you’re looking to host a grand conference, a private dinner, or a team-building day, Kew Gardens has a selection of light-filled and spacious settings, including the oldest Victorian glasshouse in the world

High-speed Wi-Fi is set up throughout the venues and the Cambridge Cottage, Orangery Conference Room and St Joseph Banks Building are equipped with a projector for seamless presentations.

When guests aren’t talking business, they are welcome to explore the site grounds and dive into its significant history.

Kew Gardens Corporate Function & Event Highlights:

  • A thirty-minute train ride from Central London
  • An array of versatile function spaces for between 10 and 400 guests
  • Various options for team building activities, including walking tours, treasure hunts, and Tai Chi lessons
  • Beautiful garden views from each venue and bright, naturally lit meeting rooms
  • A selection of packages available including catering and venue hire as a per-head fee
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theatre Up to 230 Theatre
boardroom Up to 30 Boardroom
cabaret Up to 160 Cabaret
dinner Up to 230 Dinner & Dance
dining Up to 250 Dining
standing Up to 400 Standing


Accommodation Onsite
Rooms Available N/A
Onsite Car Parking
Available Spaces 50
Catering Options  3rd Party Catering
Dry Hire
Cuisine Options  Asian Cuisine
 Indian Cuisine
 Kosher Cuisine
 African Cuisine

Spaces At This Venue

  • Kew Gardens, Cambridge Cottage

    Cambridge Cottage

    Cambridge Cottage is an elegant venue that was once a former royal residence. The Drawing Room and Gallery are adorned with opulent decor and beautiful botanical artwork, with both rooms opening onto the private and tranquil Duke’s Garden.

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  • Kew Gardens, The Temperate House

    The Temperate House

    An iconic venue, the Temperate House is the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse and features 10,000 species of rare plants from around the globe. With a grand entrance, spiral staircase, balcony and pitched roof, the large Grade I listed building is a truly memorable setting for events of up to 300 guests.

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  • Kew Gardens, The Nash Conservatory

    The Nash Conservatory

    Sitting on the Garden border, the sophisticated Nash Conservatory provides an abundance of natural light through its floor-to-ceiling windows and beautiful views onto the Gardens. The 19th-century glasshouse was originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace and moved to Kew in 1836, where it is now a popular space for a wide range of events, from presentations to product launches and corporate away-days to drinks receptions.

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  • Kew Gardens, The Orangery

    The Orangery

    The Orangery is a magnificent open-plan space for large events, including wedding receptions, festive corporate events, and dinner dances. The venue features high ceilings and grand arched windows that fill the room with natural light. Guests can also enjoy the large terrace and its beautiful landscape views in summer months.

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  • Kew Gardens Corporate Function, The Princess of Wales Conservatory

    Princess of Wales Conservatory

    The Princess of Wales Conservatory is a truly dazzling setting for any evening event. Becoming beautifully illuminated after dark, it makes a perfect space for a drinks reception where guests can wander through the complex glasshouse and its different climates.

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  • Kew Gardens, Marianne North Gallery

    Smaller Spaces

    Orangery Conference Room is a bright, contemporary space for small corporate functions of up to 30 guests and is equipped with an in-built screen and projector. For small-medium parties, the Marianne North Gallery offers a spectacular setting for private evening events. Originally opened in 1882, the Gallery was beautifully restored in 2008 and houses more than 800 paintings by artist Marianne North.

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Nearby attractions:

  • Kew Palace
  • River Thames
  • Kew Bridge
  • Great Pagoda
  • Treetop Walkway

Restaurants nearby:

  • The Botanical
  • The Orangery
  • ASK Italian
  • Ma Cuisine
  • Glasshouse

Hotels nearby:

  • Kew Gardens Hotel
  • Kew Gardens B&B
  • Coach & Horses Pub and Hotel

Venue Testimonials

I cannot speak highly enough of the team and the staff. The Drawing Room and Gallery are beautiful spaces for the wedding breakfast and evening reception. We were fortunate to have gorgeous weather on the day so were able to make the most of the private garden for our drinks reception and group photos. […] The staff […] were really helpful in planning the day and on the day itself.

Fiona F

Great quaint venue for events […], with its own garden backing out into the botanical garden itself.


We held my son's wedding in Kew Gardens, using three of the buildings including the Orangery for dinner and dancing, the Nash Conservatory for a blessing and the Princess of Wales Conservatory for drinks. It was a huge success. The staff […] were brilliant, the locations stunning and it all came together to give us all a memorable day. […] Strongly recommended.

Simon H

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Kew Gardens offers a range of versatile venues for conferences, meetings, private dinners, and large corporate functions.

  • Kew Gardens Hotel
  • Kew Gardens B&B
  • Coach & Horses Pub and Hotel

There is limited parking available. Private parking can be hired for weekend events for £240 – £300, depending on the event size.

Kew Gardens works with a number of first-class catering supplies in and around London to ensure guests enjoy a unique culinary experience.


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