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Kew Gardens Chauffeur

Travel to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Your Kew Chauffeur

Award-winning luxury travel

Award-winning London travel experts and local guide. Travel to Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew) in safe, chauffeur-driven luxury and style. Choose from our luxury vehicle fleet, and meet your chauffeur.

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The perfect vehicles for your Kew Gardens trip

Mercedes-Benz S-Class chauffeur car black
S-Class
Mercedes-Benz

For decades the standard by which other chauffeur cars are judged. And rightly so.

Mercedes-Benz V-Class chauffeur 'Van'/'Luxury MPV' in black
V-Class
Mercedes-Benz

The roomy and sociable V-Class is perfect for small groups. The All-electric EQV is also available.

Range Rover chauffeur car in black Hybrid luxury
Range Rover
Autobiography

A favourite of the Royal family. An elevated, luxury ride. Luxury LWB Autobiography models with Hybrid power.

Travel to Kew

Journey with us

Let us help you plan your chauffeur-driven travel to Kew. You could be travelling from your hotel in Mayfair, which is 9 miles (50 minutes) from Kew. Heathrow is 7 miles (24 minutes) away. Call or contact us to learn more about out Kew chauffeur services. We also provide stunning wedding cars for your wedding in Kew.

More botanical days out

Flower shows and local nature

RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Chelsea Flower Show

A garden show held for five days in May by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).

Garden rose flower
Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival

The RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival, at Hampton Court Palace.

Deer in Richmond Park, London
Richmond Park

London's largest Royal Park, with wild deer and the Isabella Plantation.

Zen garden display at Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens exhibit
Lotus flowers at Kew Gardens

Joseph Banks

English naturalist, botanist, and patron of the natural sciences.

Sir Joseph Banks advised King George III on the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Banks sent botanists around the world to collect plants, making Kew the world’s leading botanical garden. He is credited for bringing 30,000 plant specimens home with him; and the first European to document 1,400.

Banks purchased the Spring Grove estate in 1779. 34 acres north of the London Road, Isleworth, and crucially for Banks, contained a natural spring. The surrounding district became known as Spring Grove. His main residence was at 32 Soho Square, Soho, London. Banks spent much time and effort on this secondary home. He steadily created a renowned botanical masterpiece on the estate, achieved primarily with many of the great variety of foreign plants he had collected on his extensive travels around the world, particularly to Australia and the South Seas.

He died at Spring Grove House, Isleworth in 1820. iChauffeur founder Andrew Senior once owned Joseph Banks gardener’s house. And William and Richard Senior went to Spring Grove Primary School.