£10 entry to Kew Gardens for HRP members

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As you will be aware, Kew Palace is situated in the grounds of Kew Gardens to which historically members of Historic Royal Palaces have paid full entrance price. We are delighted to announce that thanks to a new arrangement in partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; members will now get one discounted entry to Kew Gardens per year.

You will have received a voucher to entitle each named member entry to Kew Gardens for just £10 and children under 16 go free! The voucher is subject to terms and conditions which can be found on the reverse. We do hope you take advantage and enjoy both Kew Gardens and Kew Palace this season. The Royal Kitchens are once again open to the public and will be alive with the sounds and smells of Georgian England and don’t forget to visit Queen Charlotte’s Cottage, once a haven for royal picnicking!

If you require more information about Kew Palace please visit our website

4 thoughts on “£10 entry to Kew Gardens for HRP members

  1. I don’t seem to have a voucher for either my husband or myself to go into Kew Garden’s for £10. When/where should we have received it?
    Elaine W

  2. Hi Elaine,

    You should have received your vouchers in the membership pack when you first signed up. Kew Palace is closed and re-opens on 2 April 2015, you will receive voucher(s) valid from 1 April 2015 before the Palace opens again, however you may wish to visit the gardens using the current voucher before then.

  3. The advert is rather misleading as it states for the membership it entitles you to entry to 6 of the Royal Palaces, not so when Kew is on the list of palaces but you still have to pay be it discounted.

  4. Dear Veronica,

    Thank you for taking the time to get in touch with your feedback.

    I would be glad to answer any queries you have about Kew Palace.

    We explain the situation with regards to Kew Palace when members sign up at the palace, online or over the phone so that it clear that there is an extra charge before you enter the palace at Kew Gardens. Kew Palace is under the care of Historic Royal Palaces so it is still part of the membership and receives the charitable funding from moneys raised from membership. We at HRP would love to allow members free access into the gardens but unfortunately it is out of our control, but you feedback gives us a bigger case for hopefully having a better arrangement in the future.

    We are always reviewing our collateral and messaging, so we will definitely take your comments on board about it appearing misleading.

    If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us at members@hrp.org.uk.

    Best wishes

    Julia.

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