Hampton Court Palace, London

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  • Hampton Court Palace from the formal garden, similar to it was in days of early monarchs.
  • A private courtyard with its fountain and historic lampstands.
  • The  magnificent Clock Tower.
  • The Tudor kitchens show how it was in days gone by.

Hampton Court Palace, London

Landmark - Address: East Molesley, Surrey, London KT8 9AU

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“A Tudorific Day out”

published 19/11/2013

ProLots to see and do for fans of history, palaces an...

ConsGarden exploration is seasonal

As a member of the Historical Royal Palaces admission to Hampton Court Palace is free. If you are not a member you can expect to pay £17.60 for an adult, £8.80 for a child and £14.85 for students and OAPs. The Palace is open every day from 10am until 6pm. The Palace is five minutes walk from the...

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ProLots to see, easy to get to, well laid out

ConsNone for me

When my mam came down to London to stay with me for a few days, I asked her to choose some places she’d like to visit. Top of her list was Hampton Court Palace. Years ago, my dad, who used to be a teacher, visited several times with parties of schoolchildren, but my mam had never had the chance...

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“History At Its Best”

published 12/09/2011

ProLots to see, plenty of picnic areas.

ConsParking charges. Poor maze.

Hampton Court Palace is one of those places that I had been meaning to visit for years but the opportunity had just never arisen. However having visitors over the late summer Bank Holiday weekend (yes, it really was supposed to be summer!) made me hunt for somewhere to visit and I remembered...

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Excellent

“A Palace fit for the King.”

published 05/12/2010

ProFull of interesting historical facts.

ConsThere is so much to see and take in on one visit.

Hampton court Palace. A brief history of the building of the palace. The palace is situated in East Mosley to the West of London beside the river Thames. It most famously is associated with Henry VIII however its history can be traced back much further than that to around the 13th century. In...

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“Happy to visit Hampton Court”

published 22/05/2006

ProLovely day out, lots to see and do

ConsToo much to take in on one visit

I've wanted to visit Hampton Court for absolutely ages, it's been on my "list of things to do" for about five years now. Finally, after much delay, I achieved my goal on the May bank holiday. History Hampton Court is probably best known as Henry VIII's royal palace, but in fact it was built by...

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“Fit For A King”

published 19/01/2007

Pro A fantastic day out, is a nice contrast from the ...

ConsMake sure you give yourself plenty of time

I've always wanted to go to Hampton Court. For as long as I can remember it has been on my "Places to Visit" list. I finally got there in October of last year for my birthday with my boyfriend. I had a list the length of my arm of places I wanted to go, and although it was fairly certain we...

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“Henry's House!”

published 09/09/2009

ProGet to learn about where Henry VIII lived

ConsThe info is easily accessible elsewhere - Internet

On Saturday 1st August, I went to Hampton Court Palace. I have never been before and it is somewhere I have been very interested in visiting. This is mainly because I love history, monarchs, especially Henry VIII and architecture. What better place to visit than Henry's house (or one of them) in...

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“Henry's House”

published 01/10/2009

ProInteresting, history, demonstrations

ConsNone

Last weekend I had a friend visiting from Holland and so decided to show her a bit of culture from this wonderful country of ours. I had wanted to go to Hampton Court for a while and now seemed like a perfect time. Hampton Court is a Royal Palace known for its most famous resident Henry 8th. It...

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“The best palace by far!”

published 22/02/2012

ProWonderful palace with an amazing amount of history...

Consnone.

Hampton Court Palace has to be my favourite place to visit; we have been there countless times. Driving there is simple, exit the M25 at J13 towards Heathrow T4 and follow the signs to Hampton court. The parking is very reasonable, I think we paid about £6.00 for the day and is right in the...

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“A Palace of History”

published 17/09/2009

ProBeautiful rooms; Historical'; loads to see

ConsHuge!!

Hampton Court Palace is about one of the 60 palaces built for King Henry VIII in about 1513. In my opinion, it must be the grandest and mightiest of all the Palaces with over 1100 rooms, acres upon acres of garden, mazes, tennis and bowling courts. It is located next to the River Thames in London...

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Excellent

“Courtly.”

published 24/10/2001

ProCodpiece.

ConsPossibly.

Just outside London, on the borders of Surrey, lies the palace of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), one of England's most renowned and celebrated kings. To be historically correct, this house was actually built to be the home of Thomas Wolsey (the land had previously belonged to The Knights Hospitallers...

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“You wont get 'Court' out”

published 27/06/2001

ProRelaxing, informative, historical

ConsThe maze can get busy!

Having visted the palace and grounds recently, I felt an overview of what is available would prove most helpful to anyone thinking of spending a day at one of britains most treasured sites of royal history. First of all it is worth mentioning that Hampton Court Palace boasts an impressive 500...

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Excellent

“Tudor Revelries”

published 30/12/2001

Proa great family day out

Consnone

My mother comes from Thames Ditton, which is just down the road from Hampton Court Palace. Because of this, everytime we go to visit my grandparents, we always pop into Hampton Court Palace, and even have a season ticket! I spent a large chunk of school studying the Palace, in history and in...

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Excellent

ProGreat royal history, inside and out

ConsNone at all

Henry VIII is arriving on his barge, out on the Thames,the scurry of activity is hectic, all over the palace. Cast your imagination back to those historic, royal days; fearful, hospitable, sociable and most of all regal times. It's easy to relive life at Hampton Court, guides dress in period...

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“A Royal palace”

published 12/02/2007

ProA Great Day Out!!

ConsNONE!!!!

Hampton court palace is a wonderful place to vist,you can go there on special occasions ,the things you can see and do is just amazing and will be there for ages as I was ,its so big and I thought it was just a dream but it was not I was so amazed as what I could see ,there is so may things I...

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Landmark - Address: East Molesley, Surrey, London KT8 9AU

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Address: East Molesley, Surrey, London KT8 9AU

City: London

Type: Landmark

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