Hampton Court Palace

Palace Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU, United Kingdom: 220 reviews of visitors, the most complete information about the address, business hours, location on the map, photos, phone number, website and other contacts.
Hampton Court Palace
Rate: 4.7
Address: Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU, United Kingdom
Website: hrp.org.uk
Phone number: +44 20 3166 6000

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Latitude: 51.4036128
Longitude: -0.3377623

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Charlie Wang
Very nice grounds and maintained gardens. Its a shame all the tulips had not been planted as this left a huge bare patch next to the ones which had been planted. Additionally food options were limited and expensive, better off bringing your …
11 months ago
Ethel Garrett
It was a fantastic visit.. although not much to see there. We booked it for tulip festival but could not make it on that day so visited today. The palace was closed... 5 star to landscaping. We really enjoyed alot...attached couple of photos but actually garden beautiful than these.....
10 months ago
Brenda Carlton
Fantastic place to visit. The history is awesome. Huge gardens at the back for children to run about. Hampton Court Palace is one of 5 venues under the charity's umbrella. Its worth buying an annual ticket and visit all of them..often ????????
10 months ago
Don Darkox
The Tulip Festival was just delightful with such an historical backdrop. The fabulous tulips in the lower orangery garden were of particular interest. Fantastic varieties - some from hundreds of years ago. I would also recommend attending …
10 months ago
Shantelle Ramadge
It was a awesome place to spend a whole day. Due to Covid the state rooms were closed. However, the garden was open. We attended the Tulip festival and it was mind blowing.
10 months ago
Naomi Levy
Would probably be nice if everything was open to the public but due to covid some parts, mainly indoor areas were unavailable. Mainly just paying to view well maintained gardens. Little bit underwhelming.
10 months ago
Japreet Sahota
Lovely day out in a stunning place. All staff were very helpful and polite and smiley. Cafe is a little expensive but the coffee is nice. It was festival of the tulips and all the colours were beautiful.
10 months ago
Terry Floyd
Went to the Tulip Festival - what a lovely experience will definitely go again next year... Immaculate gardens and fantastic, friendly and helpful staff. I can't wait to explore the inside of the palace when it opens!
11 months ago
Mark L
Interesting Historical Palace, Garden & Landscaped Parkland on edge of London. Associated with Henry VIII & King William III & Queen Mary II always known as William & Mary the only shared reign. Both Tudor Palace & Famous Christopher Wren …
11 months ago
Lian D
Love going to Hampton court. The tour through the castle is really interesting and the decorated rooms amazing. The gardens are huge and full of amazing plants. If you have kids they will love the adventure playground , which has walkways, …
11 months ago
Connie Gregory
Hampton Court Palace is a Grade I listed royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, 12 miles south west and upstream of central London on the River Thames. Building of the palace began in 1514 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, …
10 months ago
WhiteHemi Chris
Beautiful gardens, super relaxing atmosphere, awesome royal residence. This is one of the places you must visit when in London. As important as the Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace needs a whole day to be fully …
10 months ago
Devin Oxford
The most amazing kids garden area it was worthwhile to wait at the queue for 20 minutes but that’s because it was during lockdown it was stunning highly recommended to take young kids to enjoy especially if the weather is great.
11 months ago
Marcus Killmeyer
Amazing garden, with an extraordinary cure for the details of the landscape. This time the garden flourish with the outstanding balance of yellow, red and purple tulip ????
10 months ago
Matthew Richardson
One of the best palaces that I have visited with great history and stunning gardens.
10 months ago
L Hoover
Great grounds and gardens are well maintained. Worth taking a picnic if the weather is good.
10 months ago
hache Martinez
Pre book tickets only. Lovely atmosphere in the garden. Please observe COVID-19 guidelines. Staff are friendly.
11 months ago
Reema Rauth
Beautiful palace where I visit with kids often. We went their via a boat which we boarded from Kingston Hampton Court Palace was one of the many residences of King Henry VIII, though it was originally built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in …
11 months ago
Andrew Mehlhorn
Outside only at the time for the tulip display. I look forward to the inside being available and also noticed they have choral services. Worth a visit for everyone remotely interested in English history.
10 months ago
Alondra Felipe
Stunning day at HCP! The children's play area is fantastic, particularly on a warm day when they can play in the water. i think my three year old could have happily played there all day. I loved the wilderness garden the most, and the areas …
11 months ago
Jackie Morgan
Always great to visit the palace but during April they have the Lindt bunny trail for the kids too which is amazing fun and gives parents opportunity to really enjoy the gardens. The tulip festival was new addition this year and coincided …
11 months ago
Mariea Whitfield
A beautiful and wide with variety style of gardens. I went there with tulip festival. Not so many tulips as I thought, but I could be close to them.
11 months ago
sameer patel
Discover the magnificence of Henry VIII's favourite royal residence. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the bustling Base Court and marvel at the breath-taking grandeur of Henry's State Rooms. Tickle your taste buds in the vast …
11 months ago
Bettina Dunn
Amazing gardens to walk throougha and lovely kids area/garden. You can take a blanket and just chill and have a snack in the kids area. Lovely day Next time We will for sure visit the palace, but I think both on the same day is too much ????
10 months ago
danie todorovic
My boyfriend has the royal pass so the guards let us in but it isn't open to the public (I didn't understand the reason). It was nice to see how the court kept its value and beauty over the years! There is a very beautiful garden, a …
3 months ago
Terry Green
Lovely as always, but sadly even the wildflower garden has to be paid to get into now. Understandable with the money they have lost due to lockdown restrictions, but £15 a head seems a bit steep. Still, it is well worth it of you've never been. Be warned, you have to pre-book. But most of all, enjoy!!
11 months ago
Gem Persaud
Absolutely stunning building and gardens, lived close by for 4 years and this was the first time I have had the opportunity to explore it more. Definitely worth a visit if your in the area!
11 months ago
Eemil Skantsi
Beautiful Palace with lovely gardens. The tulip beds were average... Holland park in London had far beautiful than Hampton Court but to be fair it was their first tulip festival. Magic Garden I think stole the show. Fantastic plsyarea with unique play areas for kids.
11 months ago
Irina Khartova
Had a lovely day at the tulip ????festival today. Always a pleasure to visit Hampton Court, so well kept, beautiful gardens and amazing Tulips.
11 months ago
Sindhuja lifeisbeautiful
This Palace made me buy annual membership for the royal palaces. Beautifully maintained, both castle and areas surrounding. Love it and love live exhibitions and performances they do. Every visit is different. Highly recommend, a must visit.
2 months ago
Lizbanllely Arias
Lots of things to see. Very good for young children and teenagers
11 months ago
Ann
Fantastic day out seeing all the tulips - well worth the membership!
10 months ago
Branden Prestridge
Very nice place, huge, well maintained, we went there for yhe Tulips Fair, incredible experience. Not crowded, reasonable prices, we were lucky to get a nice sunny day, tulips were amazing. Gardens and grass are very well developed all …
10 months ago
Donna Gagne
Beautiful place, will come back regularly.
11 months ago
Maria Alvarado
Well worth going to the gardens despite Palace not being open yet.
11 months ago
Laura Cortez
We wanted to pop in to the grounds to see the rose garden and have coffee and ice-cream, only to be denied access as now you need to book a ticket for this. What a shame. Greed wins again
10 months ago
Sydney
Amazing place to visit. The garden, the river, the wildlife was so relaxing. We loved all of it.
11 months ago
Mark Branon
Fabulous historic Palace...home of Henry VIII with amazing gardens
11 months ago
Tina Perkins
Lovely palace and the gardens, we've been there already 4-5 times since the pandemic began. They have thematic events for kids, like fairy trail for Christmas and Bunny hunt for Easter. Highly recommend getting HRP membership, very good value for money.
11 months ago
Allison McGee
Very nice place to spend half a day, even if the indoor parts of the palace are closed at the moment.
10 months ago
Konstantin Korovin
Beautiful tranquil spacious grounds for people of all ages and abilities
10 months ago
Beverly Jones
I liked it. Nice place to visit every now and then.
1 week ago
Barbara Lester
Enjoyed the Easter bunny hunt.
11 months ago
Luis Linares
I went to the tulip festival with my sister and brother in law. It was by timed entry and was not too crowded and the displays were gorgeous. We had a coffee at the Tiltyard cafe and again it wasn't crowded. We didn't have to queue for our drinks and the outside area is attractive and well spaced out.
11 months ago
Jason Bressler
Great free gardens and Bushy park opposite - good call for no cash
10 months ago
Michael Michael
We spent the day there today, the place is charming, and you can easily spend the whole day with kids. Beside the palace there is a very big garden where we walk and ride the carting for a very reasonable price, then there is the maze which …
6 months ago
Jacob Gormely
Wonderful house and formal gardens but very crowded on Easter Monday. Only one place open for food and drink which had long queues and was expensive e.g. £6.95 for a wrap and £11 a bun with pulled pork. Good child's play 'magic garden', but far too full and any social distancing for covid very hard.
11 months ago
Misha Vlog
Nice gardens. Appalling lack of social distancing in the cafe. The staff just don't have a grip on things at all. Made for a very stressful and disappointing experience.
10 months ago
James Houston
*First time back to magic gardens since second Lockdown* We are members of RHP and it works out cost effective as it we can visit the hampton court palace and magic gardens as much as we like as long as we book our pre book our tickets in …
11 months ago
Adam Edwards
One of my highlights of my England holiday! The gardens are just magical! The palace is exquisite and so so beautiful! Plan to spend half a day here at least - you do not want to rush it! Just the palace rooms alone take up a lot of time! Loved learning about the history of King Henry. Can highly recommend a stop at Hampton Court!
8 months ago