Autumn at Kew Gardens


Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death. Chandran Gallery, San Francisco. Photo: @ Mariko Reed
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Celebrate the ephemeral beauty of the natural world as the seasons change with Artful Autumn at Kew Gardens.

Explore 16 outdoor works of art by four different artists scattered across the botanic gardens. Take a stroll past the undulating forms of Julia Clarke’s willow installations, Claudia Wegner’s fungi-inspired paintings, and Woody Fox Willow’s figures and animal forms made from natural materials. Then, take a seat on one of Nigel Ross’s wooden sculptures and view the magical foliage of thousands of trees as they change from lush greens into a kaleidoscope of fiery colours.

And don't miss Rebecca Louise Law: Life in Death, an awe-inspiring installation of 375,000 plants and flowers created by the British artist. Taking inspiration from the funeral garlands of the Ancient Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses II in the collection at Kew, Law suspends 1,000 individually sewn garlands in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art, Kew Gardens, for a spectacularly immersive experience until 11 March.



Adult Ticket: £14.00 to £16.50 (USD18.47 - USD21.76) per ticket
Child Ticket (4 to 16 years old): £2.50 to £3.50 (USD3.30 - USD4.62) per ticket
Family Ticket: £18.00 to £37.50 (USD23.74 - USD49.46) per ticket
Concession Ticket: £13.00 to £15.50 (USD17.15 - USD20.45) per ticket

Artful Autumn is included in Kew Garden's standard admission price.

Venue Details & Map

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

+44 (0)20 8332 5655
Public transport:
Tube and London Overground: Kew Gardens Train: Kew Bridge

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