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visited here on vacation....1st it's not in London proper need to take rail out to it...it's easy to do and if you have to ask someone in station they will help....it's a nice ride you get to see English countryside and more then hustle and...More
This review was written by a pupil in my class following our most recent trip to Hampton Court Palace and is aimed to inspire adults and children alike!
Hampton Court is a truly marvellous spectacle! Rumour has it that Catherine Howard, Henry's fifth wife, scampered...More
Our visit was on a wet Sunday. This results in far fewer visitors. Sunday also means car parking is relatively easy - we chose to use the car park at the railway station (just across the bridge) which had plenty of space and costs just...More
What's not to love? Second most expensive treasure next to the crown jewels (but you'll have to ask to find this gold and silver). So much wonderful history with characters in costume hiring you as a servant. Take both tours. Decent food, wonderful gardens (bit...More
We caught the train to Hampton court, walked over the bridge and then into the gate. We entered the gate and there was a guide who was dressed the part and we spent 20 min of being educated. We spent about 5 hours looking around....More
Hampton Court is magnificent palace beautifully situated on the banks of the Thames. It is many years since we last visited and, on a weekday in October, it was not at all crowded, I'm sure school holidays would be much busier. We parked easily in...More
As you are free to wander where you will, it is perfect for those who want to take their time and explore this amazing place. The staff are brilliant and helpful doen't begin to describe them. We stopped off for a break in the cafe...More
We enjoyed our visit to Hampton Court, but I just wanted to know more about Henry and his life. I know that there is so much more to the palace, but he's the selling point!
We met a lovely guy when we went to the...More
A trip organised by The Civil Service Club was a great success except for one or two things. People at the age that goes on these trips needs the have a coffee break and a lunch stop time. Some persons although not on insulin need...More
Response from DuncanTCH | Reviewed this property |
You are able to take packed lunches onto the grounds, but there is no eating the the palace itself. Eating can only be done in designated areas and you should follow up on the hrp (historic royal palaces) website to see... More
You are able to take packed lunches onto the grounds, but there is no eating the the palace itself. Eating can only be done in designated areas and you should follow up on the hrp (historic royal palaces) website to see exactly where you can eat.
Response from TwoDividedByZero | Reviewed this property |
Ignore the answer above about multiple tubes and buses - completely crazy and no need whatsoever! As others have said, it is simplicity itself. If you are staying in central London just get yourself to the huge mainline... More
Ignore the answer above about multiple tubes and buses - completely crazy and no need whatsoever! As others have said, it is simplicity itself. If you are staying in central London just get yourself to the huge mainline station of Waterloo (near the Houses of Parliament/Westminster Bridge/London Eye), look up at the departure boards and get the next train to Hampton Court. Normally two an hour, takes about 40 minutes. No changes. Hampton Court is the end of the line so you can’t miss it, and will be named as the destination on the departure boards at Waterloo, so very easy. Then a very short walk over Hampton Court Bridge to the Palace, providing a lovely first view. Beware if you are thinking of coming this week - it’s the Flower Show and will be a very different experience than normal - in my view way too busy at the Palace and on the trains. Leave till after this weekend if you can!