Hampton Court Palace, London
About Hampton Court Palace, London
Hampton Court Palace, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9AU, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 21 GBP
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building
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Located in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames, The Hampton Court Palace was one of the Henry VIII’s favourite residences. A quick day trip from London’s Waterloo station, this is a major tourist attraction. Although not occupied by the royal family since the 18th century, the palace is steeped in history and offers much to see.
From the famous Maze on the grounds to the historic tennis courts, the architectural marvel that is the ceiling of Chapel Royal, The recreated crown of Henry VIII, Tudor kitchens, famous artworks and antique furniture, explore the various rooms and ground of this palace for a truly delightful look into the past.
There are also live costume performances and guided tours through the palace. The Hampton Court Palace Festival and Hampton Court Palace Flower Show are held annually in the Home Park.
The royalty of London doesn’t cease to mesmerize you. As you walk through the city, you get to see the emblems of regality strewn around the city. Hampton Court Palace is one of those structures to visit. Visit this attraction with Hampton Court tickets and tours to understand it in a better light. As you buy tickets for Hampton Court, you are left with great deals and informed experience. Hampton Court Tickets are easily available over the counter, however, with these tours you can combine its visit with many other attractions. Tickets for Hampton Court tours will help you save time as you will have an easy access to the place.
Hampton Court Palace Information
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Photography is not permitted in the Chapel Royal and the Royal Pew.
Hampton Court Palace Ticket Prices
For visits: 1 November 2015 - 29 February 2016
- Child under 16: 10.50 Pounds
- Under 5 years are admitted free of charge. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Concessions (Full-time students, over 60s with ID): 15.40 Pounds
How To reach Hampton Court Palace by Public Transport
- Main Line Station: Hampton Court
Restaurants Near Hampton Court Palace
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- Square Olive Italian
- Crab & Trout
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Hampton Court Palace, London Reviews - Write a Review
This is such a fantastic place. Very lovely staff and atmosphere. If this can be accessible why can't everywhere be? They have worked really hard to take access seriously for everyone. Disabled visitors receive an access statement with maps and explanation. Separate help available for autistic spectrum visitors and those who need pictorial explanation. Gluten free food available. I managed dairy free food too . Site is very level but there is pushable gravel ( miles of it) and cobbles within the courtyards, though there are flatter routes on the outer wings of the building. Can't wait to go back.
A beautifully kept jewel of British monarchy. The visit is engaging with the audio guide and you’ll definitely learn a lot. It is amazing to walk in the steps of Henry VIII or William III. once you are done with the castle go wander in the beautiful garden. The entry is a bit expensive but you can get two for one tickets if you buy with your train ticket.
The English version on Versaille in France. It's amazing to see the castle and parts of it untouched for 500 years and the tapestry that's 500 years old. You can only imagine how much more alive and better it would have looked. I'm not a touristy person but this was amazing. Also the free audio guide is awesome. Really enjoyed this
Fantastic place to explore a history. Time journey. Amazing gardens, places to eat. Lovely location. For full day out to enjoy. Incredible in late spring with the garden covered with carpets f crocuses and daffodils. Must be seen!
It's the details that impress. Brickwork, chimneys, architectural artifacts, individual gardens. Enjoy the large formal gardens but don't miss the (relatively) smaller classic gardens on the southern side near the river and massive grapevine. Fantastic history too and real tennis courts! For locals, there are extensive grounds around including a nice river walk. You can park for free in Bushy Park and walk 5-10 mins via the maze and external gardns. Would be 5 star apart from entrance price which is definitely worth it for the first time. Some gardens and the maze are free and great but you need to visit to appreciate it.
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