Kew Gardens, Richmond, , TW9 3AB
Built 1631 for merchant Samuel Fortrey, and later acquired by George II as an annexe to Kew House. Exhibits related to its history. CLOSED UNTIL 2002 FOR REFURBISHMENT WORK
Ruskin Avenue, Kew, , TW9 4DU
The national archive of England, Wales and the UK. Original records created or acquired by central government and the central courts of law from the 11thC to the present day.
Public Record Office Kew, Richmond, , TW9 4DU
The new Public Record Office Education and Visitor Centre will explore the history of Britain and its people with an exciting selection of unique artefacts.
Kew Gardens, Richmond, , TW10
Built in 1772, the cottage served as a summer house for George III and his wife Queen Charlotte, and was used for family picnics in Kew Gardens.
Kew, Richmond, , TW9 3AB
Experience the atmosphere of magnificent Victorian and modern conservatories with plants and climates ranging from rainforest to desert.