Nearest station – Richmond station on South Western Railway and the underground District line.
In the most biodiverse place in the world, you will see the perfect marriage of art, science and nature. Chihuly’s dazzling sculptures transform the gardens and glasshouses into a contemporary outdoor gallery space. Unique art installations are situated across the grounds, including the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art. This event will be a self-guided tour to enjoy at your leisure with Kew Gardens being open from 10 am to 6 pm, so you can start your visit at whatever time you wish. Maps of the art sculpture locations are available, on request, at the entrance ticket desks.
NOTE: Both Online Booking and Online Payment are available for this event. However, in all cases, a stamped addressed envelope is still required to send you your tickets.
Booking options available for this event:
- Use Online Booking (to make your booking) and send a cheque in the post
- Send a paper booking form in the post and pay online using Online Payment
- Use Online Booking (to make your booking) and pay online using Online Payment
- Send a paper booking form and cheque in the post
For Online Payment, Keith Andrews will send you an email with instructions, our bank details and what reference to use (after he has received your online or printed booking form).
Cut off date: Sunday 1st September 2019.
Your committee contacts for the event are Keith and Sue Andrews.