"Hampton Court Palace" Hampton Court, Palace & Gardens Tip by mary2u99

Hampton Court, Palace & Gardens, London: 71 reviews and 127 photos

Hampton Court Palace the oldest surviving Tudor palace in England of King Henry VII. You can visit the State Apartments, Tudor kitchens, 60 acre riverside gardens and the maze is fantastic. If you visit Hampton court do visit the maze its lots of fun and be a kid again and get lost in it. Do visit the palace garden and grounds it's so beautiful especially the rose garden in spring time.

Rumors has it the ghost of Henry's fifth wife, Catherine Howard still haunt the Haunted Gallery.

The palace is home to the world's oldest vine planted in 1768 and still produces up to 700Ibs(318kg) of grapes each year.

You ticket will allow you entry to Henry VIII, the King's and Queen's State Apartments, Wolsey and Georgian rooms, Andrea Mantegna 's ,Triumphs of Caesar, Tudor kitchens, the cloisters and courtyards, Maze and the Great Vine and the palace gardens
You can also get on the guided tour or take a sound guide.

Opening and Closing Times:

27 March - 29 October 2005 - Open: Daily 10:00 - 18:00
Last admission: 17.00
30 October 2005 - 25 March 2006 - Open: Daily 10:00 - 16:30
Last admission: 15.30
26 March - 28 October 2006 -Open: Daily 10:00 - 18:00
Last admission: 17.00
Closed: 24-28 October, 24-26th December

Entrance: Adult: Pound Sterling11.50, Child: Pound Sterling7.50

Address: East Molesey, KT8 9AU
Directions: Network Rail from Waterloo to Hampton Court (30 minutes from Waterloo).
othercontact: www.hanpton-court-palace.org.uk
Phone: 0 20 8781 9500
Website: http://www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace/#gs.6MUDlWs

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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