Hampton Court Palace
At Hampton Court Palace you will be able to see an exciting new film featuring all six of Henry's wives. The film is in the Buttery at the start of Henry VIII's Apartments, where you can also see new portraits of each wife and learn more about their lives ... and fates.
2013 sees the 504th anniversary of Henry 8th's accession to the throne and what better place to experience all things Tudor than Henry’s favourite surviving palace. There is so much to see at this most magnificent of palaces, the magnificent State Apartments which have been re-presented in honour of Henry’s anniversary, the hustle and bustle of Henry 8th's Tudor kitchens, and come and see a recreation of Henry's crown displayed in the Royal Pew.
And don’t forget Hampton Court Palace is a tale of two palaces, there is also a the baroque side of the palace designed by Christopher Wren and home to William 3rd and Mary 2nd.
On top of all this, you also have the 60 acres of beautiful gardens to explore containing the world famous Maze, 18th century Privy Garden and also the largest and oldest grapevine in the world.
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Monday - Saturday: 10am to 4.30pm
Last admission: 3.30pm
Last entry to maze: 3.45pm
Child under 16: £8.50
- Toilet WC
- Picnic site
- Car parking
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area