Sunday 30 July local roads will be closed for the RideLondon cycle ride. Plan how to get here
Renowned across the world, Hampton Court Palace Gardens are beautifully constructed and maintained, making them an unmissable attraction.
Lose yourself in the Hampton Court Maze - the most famous maze in the world. Commissioned around 1700 by William III, it is still baffling visitors today.
Come face to face with mysterious mythical beasts, storm the battlements and discover the secret grotto in the Magic Garden.
01 April - 29 October 2017
A new play, written for Hampton Court Palace by Sarah Dickenson and directed by Jo McInnes.
Daytime Performances: Thursdays to Mondays until 21 August 2017, 11:00 & 14.45. Evening Performances: 28, 29, 31 August & 1 September 2017, 19.30
A summer celebration of food and drink set in the magnificent palace gardens
Bank holiday weekend 26 - 28 August
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.
Shh! You are invited on a special mission...download the app and explore the palace stories.
Listed in 2005 as the world's longest grape vine, the Great Vine at Hampton Court Palace is a fantastic spectacle and prolific producer of black grapes.
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.
Book an escorted description service - available to take blind or partially sighted visitors around Hampton Court Palace.
Discover masterpieces by Rembrandt, Holbein, van Dyck, and many more when you visit the Cumberland Art Gallery.