Visitors are welcome to attend Sunday services at:
08.30 - Holy Communion
11.00 - Choral Eucharist or Choral Matins
15.30 - Choral Evensong
Services are held regularly in the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace, including services for Christmas, Good Friday and Holy Week. Check the monthly programme of services >
Choral Vespers on Tuesday 9 February: The public ballot being run by Classic FM has now closed and all seats have been allocated. BBC Radio 3 is recording the service for broadcast on Wednesday 30 March at 15.30, repeated on Sunday 3 April at 15.00.
Unless otherwise shown on the weekly service sheet on the Cloister notice board outside the chapel, the services are:
Tuesday - 12:30 Holy Communion
Wednesday - 08:30 Holy Communion
Thursday - 12:30 Holy Communion
Holy Communion is celebrated at 12:30 on Holy days
Sunday lunchtime music recitals
Every Sunday 13.00 - 13.30. The chapel is open 12.30 - 14.00.
Sit and listen to a recital of organ music, a solo performance or an ensemble group. Or continue to visit the Chapel Royal as usual.
Wednesday 10 February 2016:
12:30 Said Eucharist and Ashing
19:30 Choral Eucharist and Ashing
Visitors are very welcome to visit The Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace at other times. The Chapel is usually open to visitors from Monday to Saturday when recordings of the Chapel organ and choir can be heard.
For further information about the Chapel Royal, please click here
Please note: The Chapel Royal may close at short notice on weekdays (usually for half a day and usually in the afternoon), for major church festivals (i.e Good Friday), weddings and funerals.
On Sundays the Chapel Royal is only open to visitors who do not wish to attend a service between 12.30 and 13.30 and after Evensong - so between 16.45 - 17.15 - between April and October.
During late July, August and early September, when there are no Choral Services, the Chapel Royal will be open all day on Sundays.
Please note that there is no photography in the Chapel Royal, Royal Pew and Holy Day Closet.
Henry VIII's Crown is on display in the Royal Pew. Please note that this means it will only be on display on Sundays between 12.30 and 15.00 and may be unavailable at short notice on other dates for additional services particularly over Holy Week and the Easter period. On Sunday afternoons from 14.00 the choir rehearsal can be heard from the Royal Pew.
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