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Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court, Surrey

Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court

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Home to the world's oldest known vine, Hampton Court Palace offers 60 acres of garden that run alongside the River Thames. Explore the world-famous maze providing over 1,350 sq. metres of twisting pathway for the more adventurous visitor to pit their wits against, or experience the traditional costume guided and audio tours within the palace.

The Royal Apartments house some of the finest paintings, tapestries and furniture in Britain and regular guided tours, following one of the six routes around the palace, enlighten and entertain as the dramatic events of the palace are divulged.

Visitors can see the real fire and domestic reality of the vast palace kitchens and imagine how banquets were catered for in King Henry VIII's Great Hall.

Throughout the year a unique variety of special events offer delight and amusement that the whole family can enjoy.

Ticket sales: 0870 753 7777 or visit www.hampton-court-palace.org.uk


Months Open: All year except 24-26 Dec and Jan 1
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £11
Students/Seniors: £8.50
Children: £7.50
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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