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... 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 to go – until now. I had visited before – back in 2009 – but was happy to go again. Hampton Court is perhaps best ... Read review

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Magnificent palace a stone's throw from London Review with images

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

DisadvantagesNone for me

"...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 to go – until now. I had visited before – back in 2009 – but was happy to go again. Hampton Court is perhaps best known for its connection with Henry VIII. The Palace was the main country residence of Cardinal Wolsey, and on his fall it was taken over by the King. However, ..." Read review
31.07.2012

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A Tudorific Day out Review with images

AdvantagesLots to see and do for fans of history, palaces and stately homes

DisadvantagesGarden exploration is seasonal

"...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 mainline rail station of the same name, which can be accessed from London Waterloo. Trains run every thirty minutes. As you arrive the ticket office and gift shop is on ..." Read review
19.11.2013

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History At Its Best

AdvantagesLots to see, plenty of picnic areas.

DisadvantagesParking 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 Hampton Court. ===Getting There=== I had always glanced at the atlas and seen Hampton Court within the M25 and assumed it would be difficult to get to. In fact ..." Read review
12.09.2011

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A Palace fit for the King. Review with images

AdvantagesFull of interesting historical facts.

DisadvantagesThere 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 those days it was much more rural and was in prime farming land and became a storage facility for the Knights Hospitaliers of St. John Jerusalem. In other ..." Read review
05.12.2010

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Happy to visit Hampton Court Diamond review

AdvantagesLovely day out, lots to see and do

DisadvantagesToo 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 Cardinal Wolsey, Henry's right hand man. Since Henry seized it from Wolsey (sorry, was given it by Wolsey...) it has been extensively modified by various ..." Read review
23.05.2006

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