Top things to see and do

Top things to see and do

Unmissable things to see and do at Hampton Court Palace, including our unique Chocolate Kitchen and the King's Kitchen Garden.

  1. Magic Garden
    Discover an imaginative new play garden for families, inspired by the myths and legends of the Tudor Court.
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  2. The Empress and the Gardener
    To celebrate the 300th anniversary of the palace gardener, Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, a rare collection of drawings will be display at the palace for the first time.
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  3. Cumberland Art Gallery
    Discover magnificent works from The Royal Collection, including paintings by Rembrandt, Caravaggio and Canaletto.
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  4. Great Hall
    England's last and greatest medieval hall and one of Britain's oldest theatres
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  5. The Chapel Royal
    A beautiful chapel in continuous use for over 450 years
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  6. Henry VIII's Kitchens
    Learn more about the enormous Tudor Kitchens at Hampton Court which fed over 600 people twice a day with no modern day conveniences.
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  7. Hampton Court gardens
    Hampton Court gardens are internationally renowned for being amongst the most beautiful gardens in the world.
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  8. The Maze
    Hampton Court maze is the 'most famous maze in the history of the world'.
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  9. Privy Garden
    Restored to its former glory, featuring the Tijou Screen
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  10. The Great Vine
    The Great Vine at Hampton Court Palace
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  11. Kitchen Garden
    The newly restored Kitchen Garden recreates a taste of the gardens that would have fed the Royal Household through the reign of the Georges.
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  12. Henry's Crown
    See our re-creation of Henry VIII’s crown displayed in the Royal Pew at the palace.
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  13. Young Henry VIII exhibition
    Visit the Young King Henry VIII exhibition to find out what turned him from pin up to grumpy old man
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  14. William III's apartments
    The State Apartments and private rooms of William III and Mary II
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  15. A living Tudor World
    Step back in time to take part in royal entertainments and meet Tudor courtiers.
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  16. Chocolate Kitchens
    Discover a unique survival at the palace - a royal chocolate-making kitchen which once catered for William III, George I and George II.
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  17. The Triumphs of Caesar
    One of the greatest triumphs of Western art
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  18. Royal tennis at Hampton Court
    Visit the royal tennis courts at Hampton Court Palace.
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  19. What's on
    Discover what's on at Hampton Court Palace.
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