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There are 5 ways to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) by train, bus, taxi or car

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Recommended option

Train, line 65 bus  •  1 h 16 min

  1. Take the train from Reading to Ealing Broadway
  2. Take the line 65 bus from Ealing Broadway to Kew Road Victoria Gate 65

$19 - $32

Cheapest option

Bus  •  1 h 59 min

  1. Take the bus from Reading Town Centre, Reading RailAir to Heathrow Airport, Heathrow Central Bus Stn Ra1
  2. Take the bus from Heathrow Central Bus Station to Gunnersbury Station N9

$5 - $7

3 alternative options

Train  •  1 h 17 min

  1. Take the train from Reading to Richmond (London)

$16 - $23

Taxi  •  40 min

  1. Take a taxi from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) 35.3 miles

$160 - $200

Drive  •  40 min

  1. Drive from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) 35.3 miles

$7 - $11

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The cheapest way to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) is to bus which costs £3 - £6 and takes 1 h 59 min.

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The quickest way to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) is to taxi which costs £120 - £150 and takes 40 min.

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The distance between Reading and Kew Gardens (Station) is 30 miles. The road distance is 35.3 miles.

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The best way to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) without a car is to train and line 65 bus which takes 1 h 16 min and costs £14 - £25.

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It takes approximately 1 h 16 min to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station), including transfers.

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The best way to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) is to train which takes 1 h 17 min and costs £12 - £18. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs £3 - £6 and takes 1 h 59 min.

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Yes, the driving distance between Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) is 35 miles. It takes approximately 40 min to drive from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station).

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There are 9156+ hotels available in Kew Gardens (Station). Prices start at $76 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station).
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  • Distance: 29.7 miles
  • Duration: 1 h 16 min

What companies run services between Reading, England and Kew Gardens (Station), England?

South Western Railway operates a train from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) hourly. Tickets cost $13 - $20 and the journey takes 1 h 2 min. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station) via Heathrow Central Bus Station, Gunnersbury Station, and Gunnersbury station in around 1 h 59 min.

Train operators
Great Western Railway
Website
gwr.com
Train from Reading to Ealing Broadway
Ave. Duration
45 min
Frequency
Every 20 minutes
Estimated price
$16 - $29
Website
gwr.com
Off-Peak Day Single
$11 - $17
Advanced Single
$12 - $18
Anytime Day Single
$16 - $29
Bus operators
London Buses
Phone
0343 222 1234
Website
tfl.gov.uk
Bus from Ealing Broadway to Kew Road Victoria Gate
Ave. Duration
22 min
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
$3
Website
Transport for London
Bus from Heathrow Central Bus Station to Gunnersbury Station
Ave. Duration
31 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$3
Website
Transport for London
RailAir
Phone
01189579425
Website
firstgroup.com
Bus from Reading Town Centre, Reading RailAir to Heathrow Airport, Heathrow Central Bus Stn
Ave. Duration
1 h
Frequency
Every 30 minutes
Schedules at
firstgroup.com
Other operators
Taxi from Reading to Kew Gardens (Station)
Ave. Duration
40 min
Estimated price
$160 - $200
Capital Cars
Phone
+44 118 950 9509
Website
capitalcarsreading.co.uk
Latchmans
Phone
+44 118 958 8888
Website
latchmans.com

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