Accreditation Unaccredited
Address_line_1 Kew Gardens
Address_line_2 Kew
Address_line_3 Richmond
Admin_hierarchy /England/London (English Region)/Richmond upon Thames (London Borough)
Alternative_museum_name Kew Timber Museum
Deprivation_index 9
Deprivation_index_crime 5
Deprivation_index_education 10
Deprivation_index_employment 10
Deprivation_index_health 10
Deprivation_index_housing 3
Deprivation_index_income 9
Deprivation_index_services 6
Geodemographic_group Rural-Urban Fringe
Geodemographic_group_code 1ar
Geodemographic_group_name_long 1ar-Rural-Urban Fringe
Geodemographic_subgroup Rural-Urban Fringe
Geodemographic_subgroup_code 1a1r
Geodemographic_subgroup_name_long 1a1r-Rural-Urban Fringe
Geodemographic_supergroup Affluent England
Geodemographic_supergroup_code 1r
Geodemographic_supergroup_name_long 1r-Affluent England
Governance Government-National
Latitude 51.485272
Longitude -0.291198
Name_of_museum Museum of British Forestry
Notes aka Museum No. 4 at Kew, or the Wood Museum. The gardens have had audiences of 300,000+ since 1851 (rising into the millions), but there are no figures for the individual museums within the gardens. Royal Botanic Gardens is a Non-Departmental Government Body sponsored by DEFRA.
Notes_internal Royal Botanic Gardens is Non-Departmental Government Body sponsored by DEFRA
Postcode TW9 3AE
Primary_provenance_of_data misc
Region_country London
Size small
Size_prov mm_prediction_random_forest
Subject_Matter Natural_world-Herbaria_and_gardening
Town_or_City London
Year_closed 1987:1987
Year_closed_source Email from Kew archivist
Year_opened 1910:1910
Year_opened_source archivist email and
media 0
project_id mm.misc.141