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Re-opening 30 March 2018. Come face to face with mysterious mythical beasts, storm the battlements and discover the secret grotto in the Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace.

The Magic Garden is closed - re-opening 30 March 2018

Families Highlights
Modern views of Hampton Court Palace taken for the Empress and the Gardener exhibition to reflect views depicted in John Spyers' original drawings.

Book an escorted description service - available to take blind or partially sighted visitors around Hampton Court Palace.

Selected dates


Shh! You are invited on a special mission...download the app and explore the stories at Hampton Court Palace.

Open daily

Oysters on display in the Tudor Kitchen shop. The central table is laid out as if for a Tudor banquet

Evening talk with Marc Meltonville

27 June 2018

Events Tours and talks


Come and discuss our book of the month with other members at Hampton Court Palace.

14 March, 11 April, 9 May, 13 June, 11 July 2018

Member only

Join Anita Anand to discover more about the fascinating princess who lived at Hampton Court Palace and fought for female suffrage.

03 July 2018

Events Tours and talks


Built between 1526 and 1529, the royal tennis courts at Hampton Court Palace were used regularly by Henry VIII and you can view them as part of your visit.

Summer only

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Children taking part in Tiny Explorers inside the historic spaces.

Explore and play in the palace together in our multi-sensory sessions for under 4s.

Selected dates

Events Families

1 hour

A series of open-air summer concerts in the spectacular and iconic Tudor courtyard at Hampton Court Palace.

05 June - 20 June 2018


One of the undoubted highlights of a visit to Hampton Court Palace is the sparkling re-creation of Henry VIII's crown on display in the Royal Pew.

Open daily

Things to see

The newly restored Kitchen Garden recreates a taste of the gardens that would have fed the Royal Household at Hampton Court Palace through the reign of the Georges.

Open daily

Things to see
View through the Mantegna Gallery room

One of the most famous collections of paintings in the history of European art, The Triumphs of Caesar remains on permanent display in the Mantegna Gallery at Hampton Court Palace.

The Mantegna Gallery is closed

Things to see