- Child rate: 5 - 15 year olds (under 5s are free)
- Concessions: full time students with valid ID and seniors aged over 60
- Family ticket: up to 2 adults and 3 children or 1 adult and up to 4 children
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Hampton Court Palace is in South West London and is one of only two surviving palaces owned by Henry VIII.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll through 60 acres of immaculate riverside gardens featuring sparkling fountains, 200,000 flowering bulbs and 750 acres of tranquil royal parkland. Test yourself and get enjoyably lost in the world-famous Hampton Court maze.
25 March - 26 October 2013: 7 days a week, 10am - 6pm. Last entry 5pm
27 October 13 – 24 March 2014: 7 days a week, 10am – 4.30pm. Last entry 3.30pm
Closed 24, 25, 26 December
Visiting with the family
There is a designated Family Room at Hampton Court Palace where all play equipment is suitable for children under 5.
Children must not be left unattended.
Our 'Family Trails' treasure hunt packs which guide children around the palace are available at the Information Centre.
Hampton Court Maze
The oldest surviving hedge-maze still in use! The world-famous Hampton Court Maze has been mystifying kings, courtiers and humble tourists for over 300 years.
A living Tudor world
One of the most notorious times in British royal history is brought to life in front of your very eyes! Take part in royal entertainment and brush up on your courtly charms in the company of Hampton Court’s famous resident King Henry VIII.
Royal Collection paintings
The Royal Collection is the art collection of the British Royal Family. You can see a large number of Royal Collection paintings at Hampton Court including some of the most iconic portraits of Henry VIII.
'Young Henry VIII' exhibition
Fat, ruthless and married six times – these stories dominate common perception of Henry VIII. Insightful and personal, the Young Henry VIII exhibition invites you to explore the characters and accounts behind the stereotypes.