Witness the magnificent lives of Henry VIII and his family in the royal Tudor court at the Hampton Court Palace. Get a glimpse of the spectacular Tudor kitchens, Grand Hall and the mesmerizing palace. You can also see the magnificent Court Garden that spreads across 60 acres of land. Explore the private and public life of King Henry VIII as well as the palaces built for William III and Mary II. Being one of the most prominent historical and cultural palaces in the United Kingdom, the Hampton Court Palace is a must-visit for everyone who is a history or art lover.
Bask in the glory of the king and witness the architecture, various artefacts, and interiors with our Hampton Court Palace Tickets.
The Hampton Court Palace is a one-of-a-kind attraction that offers you an up-close view of the private and public lives of King Henry VIII and his family. Explore the charming venture of Tudor court at the Hampton Court Palace that is the largest and grandest of palaces of the Tudor Court in England. Get ready to experience royalty and grandeur at the Hampton Court Palace in England.
Hampton Court Gardens:
The Gardens, set amidst the beautiful venue of the Hampton Court Palace, is world-famous for its 60 acres of formal gardens along with 750 acres of parkland by the River Thames. If you love some thrill then find your way out of the world's oldest puzzle maze, or see the record-breaking grapevine as well as the three National Plant collections. Apart from these attractions and things to do, you can also see a wide range of wildlife, which also includes the descendants of Henry VIII's deer herd. Throughout the year, the Garden remains spectacular by offering you views in the East Front Gardens along with Queen Mary II's Exotiks in the Lower Orangery Garden in summer.
The end of summer is marked by the great vine harvest, autumn colours in Tiltyard, Wilderness and the 20th century garden with the deers' rut at Home Garden. You can also see the topiary of the Privy Garden and the fruits and vegetables that grow in the Kitchen Garden.
The Great Hall At Hampton Court Palace
Step into the world of the Tudors by visiting one of the most prominent structures of that era. The architecture, interior and magnificent size and decor will sweep you off your feet. You can view the celebration that took place in the hall even today with the letters H and A carved on the roof as well as Anna Boleyn's falcon badge. The Hammerbeam Roof is another of the most striking features the Grand Hall offers you. The tapestries that cover the entire hall are made with wool, gold, silver and silk threads which portray the life of patriot Abraham from the Book of Genesis.
Other Major Attractions at Hampton Court Palace
Enter the world of mythical creatures and beasts at the Magical Garden. Be a part of the battles, explore the secret grotto and witness mythical creatures in the garden. You can learn more about the history of the Palace. Do visit the Dragon's Nest at the Magical Garden. Apart from this, you can also explore Henry VIII's Tudor kitchens, haunted gallery and processional route that takes you through the private apartments to the Chapel. Visit the Great Watching Chamber where you can see the battle for power at the Tudor Court. See the Chapel Royal, Mantegna Gallery, Cumberland Art Gallery, and William III and Mary II's apartments as well. With our Hampton Court Palace Tickets you can now unravel a new adventure and get to live a period of history.
Immerse yourself in royalty when you step into the lives of the Tudors at the Hampton Court Palace, England.
Explore The Hampton Court Palace & walk around The Grand Hall, Mantegna Gallery, Court Garden & more, to know more about the Tudor life.
Entry & Services:
Covid 19 Guidelines
Hampton Court train station is located a five-minute walk from the palace. National Rail train services run from London Waterloo every 30 minutes, calling at Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Maldon, Berrylands, Surbiton, Thames Ditton and Hampton Court.
Bus services run from Kingston and Richmond.
From Kingston - 111*, 216*, 411*, 461, 513
From Richmond - R68*
There is no London Underground station at Hampton Court. The nearest Underground stations are in Wimbledon and Richmond, where connecting bus routes are available.
The operating hours of the Hampton Court Palace are 10:00 am to 03:00 pm.
No, pets are not allowed. Only registered service dogs are allowed.
You can bring your own food and beverages. The Hampton Court Palace has designated areas in the iconic gardens for family and visitors who can have a fun picnic.
You can park your car at Hampton Court Green(50pm from the entrance gate) which is chargeable and also limited to availability.
The other places where you can park are the Hampton Court Train Station(200m), Bushy Park(15-minute walking distance), Kingston Upon Thames(multiple car parking spaces available at the Rose Car Park, Seven Kings Car Park & The Bittoms Car Park areas).
No, there is no age limit to enjoy this activity.
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