Timings : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Perched along the borough of Richmond along the River Thames in the central part of London is the famous and royally magnificent Hampton Court Palace. Split into Tudor Palace and the Baroque, with gardens, playground, and an art gallery, the royalty of the place is not lost on its visitors.
This more than 500 year old Palace was built starting 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, spending 200,000 crowns on the property, to make it the finest one in London back in the day. When he lost support and majority, and later died, he was forced to give the Palace up to King Henry VIII, who resided there from 1529. The Great Hall and the royal Tennis court were later made by orders from King Henry VIII.
|Children (5-15)||GBP 10.70||GBP 11.35|
|Adult (18-64)||GBP 21.30||GBP 22.70|
|Concession Ticket||GBP 18.10|
|Monday-Sunday||10 AM - 6 PM|
|Last admission||5 PM|
|Last admission to Magic Garden & Maze||5.15 PM|
|Monday-Sunday||10 AM - 4.30 PM|
|Last admission||3.30 PM|
|Last admission to Maze||3.45 PM|
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