'Moore at Kew' and Kew Palace

A day in beautiful Kew Gardens when Spring bulbs will be at their best, with a chance to see 28 of Henry Moore’s large-scale sculptures in the biggest outdoor exhibition of his work ever held in London. There will be time for a picnic lunch or a visit to one of Kew’s four different cafes and restaurants. We will visit Kew Palace in two groups at 1.00 and 1.15 to see the restoration work and to admire the jigsaw puzzles made by the Governess of George III and Queen Charlotte’s children. These have been acquired with the help of an Art Fund Grant. On arrival there will be the possibility of buying a ticket on the Kew Explorer land train which enables one to hop on and off at will.

For tickest and further information, please contact:

Mrs A. Fryer
Tel: 01458 251400

Venue information

Opening times

24 Mar – 25 Sept Daily, 11am – 5pm

Free entry to all via paid entry to Kew Gardens.

Entry details

28 to include coach, entrance and Kew Palace

Coach will depart from Avalon 08.30 and Wincanton Memorial Car Park at 9.00

"Art Fund" is the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331)