Hampton Court Palace
246 locals recommend ·
About this place
Step back in time as you explore this magnificent palace, best known for its most famous resident, Henry VIII. Feel the heat of the vast Tudor Kitchens and the eerie chill of the Haunted Gallery, before losing yourself in world famous Maze set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens.
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Enjoy the sumptuous grounds and inner court of Henry VIII's palace, just one stop south of Thames Ditton on the South Western railway.
King Henry VIII's home- complete with costumed actors and multimedia rooms. Carriage rides, living maze.
A must for all visitors. Historical Royal Palace of interest. Easily reached by train from my location. Holds famous Flower Show first week of July each year and many musical events too. Food festivals during the year.
Visit the famous maze, beautiful gardens and see inside the home of Henry VIII. You can even take a short ferry ride across the River Thames from Hampton and then it's a pleasant walk along the river bank all the way to the palace.
Hampton Court Palace is the former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII and one of two remaining Tudor Palaces with the world-famous maze and gardens, as well as being home to the original 17th-century tennis court!
Easily reached within the hour by train from the local station. Here you can experience the private lives of King Henry VIII, his wives and children in the world of the Tudor court. This historic Royal Palace is also home of the annual RHS Flower Show and Concourse de Elegance Car Show.
Experience the public dramas and private lives of Henry VIII, his wives and children in the world of the Tudor court. Admire Henry’s Great Hall, the infamous Haunted Gallery and the Tudor kitchens. Discover the spectacular baroque palace built for William III and Mary II and explore the magnificent…
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