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Kew The movie

About

Soak up the last of the summer holidays with five days of cinema magic, alfresco style, as family-favourite Kew the Movies returns this August.

This five-day movie showcase, produced in partnership with The Luna Cinema (the UK’s number 1 outdoor cinema provider), invites families and movie-fans to enjoy an incredible programme of film at Kew.

Visitors of all ages can choose from a selection of daytime and evening screenings, with an epic line-up of movies including brand-new films, such as Oscar-winning West Side Story, critically-acclaimed science-fiction-adventure Dune, and Bond's latest outing No Time to Die, as well as family-favourites MoanaSing 2 and this year's musical phenomenon Encanto Sing-Along.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and join us for an unmissable weekend of movies among Kew's green oasis.

Line-up

Wednesday 31 August

MorningThe Snail and The WhaleZogZog and the Flying Doctors

AfternoonEncanto Sing-a-long

Evening: TBA

Thursday 1 September  

MorningMoana

AfternoonJurassic Park

EveningDune

Friday 2 September

MorningSing 2

AfternoonAladdin

EveningNo Time to Die

Saturday 3 September

MorningEncanto

AfternoonHarry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

EveningWest Side Story

Sunday 4 September

MorningThe GruffaloThe Gruffalo's ChildHighway Rat

AfternoonSing 2

EveningSpider-Man: No Way Home

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult Members£12.95 per ticket
Adult Non-member (Afternoon)£14.75 per ticket
Adult Non-member (Evening)£19.50 per ticket
Adult Non-member (Morning)£17.75 per ticket
Child Members£8.00 per ticket
Child Non-member (Afternoon)£19.50 per ticket
Child Non-member (Evening)£13.50 per ticket
Child Non-member (Morning)£12.50 per ticket

Please note that anyone purchasing a membership ticket will need to show their membership card on entry. Failure to do so will result in being turned away at entry.

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Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled access
  • Disabled toilets
  • Wheelchairs available

Catering

  • On-site catering
  • On-site light refreshments

Children

  • Children welcome

Groups

  • Facilities for educational visits
  • Facilities for groups
  • Guided tours for groups

Parking

  • Parking with charge

Property Facilities

  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Gift shop
  • Postbox
  • Public toilets

Target Markets

  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By car

Please note: Parking at Kew is extremely limited, with spaces in our car park available on a first come, first served basis. Please plan ahead if you are considering driving to Kew, as we cannot guarantee available space in our car park.

 

Kew Gardens car park (TW9 3AF)

Ferry Lane, near Brentford Gate.

- Limited parking available in the car park

- Parking costs £7 per day. You can pay on site, or with the paybyphone app.

- No charge for motorcycles and mopeds

- Blue badge holders park for free in disabled access parking spaces or other spaces if full

- Car park closes 30 minutes after the Gardens close

- The Herbarium car park will operate as a weekend overflow car park, opening at the point that the Ferry Lane car park gets full

 

Parking around Kew Gardens

- There is no parking allowed on Kew Road (A307)  Check Richmond council website for parking updates.

- From Monday 3 May 2021, you will need to pay to park in visitor spaces at Kew Green using RingGo.

- Try the Just Park app to find parking near Kew Gardens.

- Restrictions apply on residential streets around Kew 

- Three disabled access parking bays and drop-off area at Elizabeth Gate (TW9 3AB)

- There is no coach park at Kew

 

Richmond Athletic Grounds (TW9 2SF)

- Check out the Just Park app for Richmond Athletic Grounds. It's about 20 min walk to Victoria Gate. Please note: Kew Gardens is not affiliated in any way with Just Park

Public Transport Directions

By bike

We love to welcome cyclists to our Gardens.

There are bicycle racks at all four gates. At Elizabeth Gate and Victoria Gate, the racks are inside the gates behind the booths.

Bikes left outside our gates are left at your own risk. 

We do not allow bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, and scooters into the Gardens.

 

By bus

Route 65 stops close to Lion Gate, Elizabeth Gate and Victoria Gate.

Route 110 stops near Kew Gardens station and Elizabeth Gate. 

Routes 237 and 267 stop at Kew Bridge station.

 

By train

Kew Bridge station is 800m from Elizabeth Gate, via Kew Bridge. South West Trains run services from Waterloo, via Vauxhall and Clapham Junction. There is no level access at Kew Bridge.

Richmond station has lift and level access. Take 65 bus (in the direction of Ealing Broadway) to Lion or Victoria Gate.

 

By tube

Kew Gardens station is 500m from Victoria Gate. It is in Zone 3 and is served by the District Line (Richmond branch) and London Overground.

There is no level access from the westbound platform. It is possible to continue one stop to Richmond and catch a tube back to use the eastbound platform which does have level access.

 

By boat

Thames River Boats operate a special service from Westminster Pier to Kew Pier.

Timings:

Westminster to Kew:

- 11am - 2.30pm

Kew to Westminster:

- 12.30pm - 3.30pm - 5pm

Sailing times may vary, check the Thames River Boats site for more information.

Kew the Movies

Type:Outdoor Cinema

Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB

Tel: 020 8332 5655

Opening Times

Season (31 Aug 2022 - 4 Sept 2022)

* Morning, afternoon and evening screenings at selected times

Location: Adjacent to the Pavilion Bar and Grill – the closest entrance gate is Lion Gate

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