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Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace
East Molesey

From Waterloo Station take the Train towards Hampton Court Station. From Hampton Court station it will be a 7 minutes` walk. Leave the station and head north on Hampton Court Way across the bridge. Take the 2nd right after the bridge, then turn left and Hampton Court is on your left.

Attraction notes

Age restrictions: Child ages:5-15. Children aged 4 and below are free

Booking from: 22 Oct 2016

Booking until: 28 Feb 2017

Opening hours: Open Daily 9.30am-4.30pm Closures: 24th -26th December, Last Admission3.30pm

Pick up point: Please take your voucher/confirmation to the Group Ticket Office entrance along with photo ID for fast track entrance to Hampton Court Palace

Important info: Audio Guides are available free of charge in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Russian and Korean, audio guides can be collected from the Information Centre in Base Court.Agents bringing child students or children to the palaces must provide a ratio of 1 adult for up to maximum 15 child/students children. If bringing children and students booked through the Learning and Engagement department the ration must be 1 adult to 60 children or 1 adult to 10 students. Not meeting the maximum ratio will result in the party not being granted to access on arrival.

Hampton Court Palace

When visiting Hampton Court Palace you are actually visiting two palaces in one; a Tudor palace magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a baroque palace built by William III and Mary II.

The first buildings at Hampton were acquired by the Knights Hospitallers Of St John Jerusalem in 1236 but Henry VIII remains the Palace's most prolific occupant and by the time Henry was finished with his renovations the palace was one the of the most modern, sophisticated and magnificent in England.

Sir Christopher Wren, under instruction of William III developed the 'second' part of the palace in the late 1600's and transformed the east and south facades of Hampton Court with the grand and elegant baroque exteriors that dominate the Formal gardens today.

When visiting Hampton Court do not miss the Tudor Kitchens - a living monument to 230 years of royal cooking.

The kitchens were designed to feed at least 600 people twice a day and are still regularly used to prepare Tudor meals.

Hampton Court also boasts amazing gardens; the park covers 750 acres, the formal gardens 60 acres and the actual palace buildings 6 acres.

Do not miss the restored Privy Garden and the famous Maze! Celebrate the Year of the Garden in 2016 marking the anniversary of the birth of Lancelot Capability BrownIn 1764 Capability Brown was appointed by George III as Chief Gardener at Hampton Court Palace and moved to Wilderness House which dates from 1700 and lies within the walls of the palace and was the official home of the palace’s head gardeners.

Amongst his many achievements was the planting of the Black Hamburg vine in 1768, which continues to flourish as the Great Vine and is the world’s largest and most famous grape vine.

From 28 April – 4 September 2016 a temporary exhibition The Empress and the Gardener will bring 60 watercolour paintings of the Hampton Court estate by John Spyers, Brown’s assistant back from Russia’s State Hermitage museum.

John Spyers, Capability Brown’s designer at Hampton Court Palace worked as a draughtsman from 1746 – 1783 and it was he who prepared the drawings for many of Brown’s park and architectural projects over a period of 20 years.

The drawings are the only surviving records of how Hampton Court gardens looked when Brown was in charge.

BBC Good Food Festival27 - 29 August, 10am – 6pm 
Included in the cost of your entry into the PalaceReturning for its third year the festival takes place in the East Front Gardens and is included in palace admission.

Indulge the taste buds of your group at the numerous stands and outlets, a perfect added value excursion for your calendar.

Visitors can discover a great selection of delicious artisan producers, a stellar line up of cooks and chefs, fabulous entertainment, family fun and great, live music.

All set within the backdrop and grounds of the stunning Hampton Court Palace.

The Magic GardenOpen 7 days a week until 29 October 2016
Included in the cost of your entry into the Palace 
The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace is an exciting new interactive play garden for families.

Populated by mysterious mythical beasts, with battlements to storm, towers to besiege, and even a secret grotto to discover, the Magic Garden is a new and unique way for your family to explore the palace’s past.

Set within King Henry VIII’s former Tiltyard, where the elaborate spectacle of the Tudor tournament played out, the new garden takes inspiration from the fairy-tale like quality of the Tudor Palace.

Fun for kids aged 2-13 open all summer Monday – Sunday! BBC Food Fayre9 - 11 December 
Included in the cost of your entry into the PalaceThe BBC Food Fayre will return to the grounds, a perfect place to browse for gifts or simply just to treat yourself! Disabled Access :

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