On 27 June the Magic Garden will close at 17.00. Last entry will be at 16.00.

A Royal Christmas Celebration

About this session

KS1 and KS2 | Subjects: History, Art & Design, Design & Technology | Topics: Tudors | Session Type: Seasonal

The key aims of the session are to find out how Christmas was celebrated at Hampton Court Palace in the past, to use the palace as evidence for unlocking the past and to explore through art and craft.

Pupils will have the opportunity to take a tour of the Tudor palace and to make a crown to take home.

Booking information

Availability
13 November-1 December (inclusive)
10.30 – 11.30, 11.45 – 12.45 and 13.15 – 14.15
Duration
60 minutes
Capacity
Up to 35 pupils
Price
£93 plus admission

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Meet the 'pin-up' prince before he became notoriously fat and tyrannical. The Young Henry VIII exhibition tells the stories of the people who knew him best.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

Attend a unique programme of talks at the magnificent Hampton Court Palace.

From 23 Mar 2017

Hampton Court Palace

Doors open: 18.30 Event starts: 18.50 Event finish: 20.00

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.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace
Tudor Rose Cushion - Perfect for a history lover, this Tudor rose cushion symbolises the joining of two rival houses, York and Lancaster.

Tudor Rose cushion

Perfect for a history lover, this Tudor rose cushion symbolises the joining of two rival houses, York and Lancaster.

£40.00

Inspired by the Chapel Royal's magnificent ceiling, this bone china trinket box features gold stars and gilded musical cherubs.

Chapel Royal bone china trinket box

Inspired by the Chapel Royal's magnificent ceiling, this bone china trinket box features gold stars and gilded musical cherubs.

£29.00

Tudor court pendant, inspired by the carvings on Anne Boleyn’s gateway, a lasting reminder of their royal love story.

Tudor court drop pendant

Tudor court pendant, inspired by the carvings on Anne Boleyn’s gateway, a lasting reminder of their royal love story.

£150.00