There are a number of venue options at Kew Gardens:

The Nash Conservatory is licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships for up to 200 guests.

The Princess of Wales Conservatory is typically used for a post-ceremony drinks reception before the guests move on to the Orangery for the evening dinner and dance.

The secluded lawn behind the Nash Conservatory may be used as an outdoor pre-dinner drinks space, weather permitting.

Alternatively the Princess of Wales Conservatory is an essential wet weather drinks reception space for events in excess of 120 guests.

For guests who are not hosting a wedding ceremony in the Gardens, the Nash Conservatory and lawn may be used for pre-dinner drinks before moving on to the Orangery for an evening dinner and dance.

Venue selection

Optional use of the Princess of Wales Conservatory is available to all Nash Conservatory and Orangery event clients at no extra charge. Each client is asked to confirm whether they wish to use the venue when they contractually confirm their event at Kew.

The Richmond Registry Office provides the registrars for your ceremony at Kew and must be booked directly by clients.

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