Hampton Court Gardens

Hampton Court Gardens

The gardens at Hampton Court Palace

In 2016, we are celebrating our world-famous gardens with special garden displays, exciting new installations, a new exhibition and events and activities for all ages. Pick up Today’s Programme at the Information Centre to find out more.

The estate, landscape and gardens are a unique, historical and horticultural resource of international value. The park covers 750 acres (304 hectares), the formal gardens 60 acres (26 hectares) and the palace buildings 6 acres (2.5 hectares), all set within a loop of the River Thames.

 

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Download a map of the gardens (PDF, 3MB)

Download a map of Home Park and Hampton Court Palace (PDF, 1.4MB)

Open daily

The Gardens and entry to the Maze and Magic Garden are included in palace admission tickets. Maze-only admission tickets are available all year around. Members get in free.

Please check opening times and closures before your visit.

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Highlights

Hampton Court Palace’s Gardens are home to the world’s oldest puzzle maze, a record-breaking grape vine, 3 National Plant Collections, over 8000 trees and 650 acres of historic parkland, home to a huge variety of wildlife, including the descendants of Henry VIII’s deer herd.