The Tudor Kitchens are closed, re-opening on 05 May 2018. The Maze is closed 23-27 April 2018. More information
Travel information for your visit to Hampton Court Palace
Nearest station: Hampton Court (5 minute walk).
Services to Hampton Court run from London Waterloo every 30 minutes, calling at Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Maldon, Berrylands, Surbiton and Thames Ditton.
Hampton Court is in travelcard/oyster card Zone 6.
There is no tube station at Hampton Court. The nearest stations are Wimbledon and Richmond.
*These services accept Oyster cards, LT cards, bus passes, Travelcards, Freedom Passes and Saver Tickets.
The palace is on the A308 and is well signposted from all major local roads. Drivers should follow the brown tourist attraction road signs:
Drop-off and collection points:
Visitors with motor homes, camper vans or caravans should park on Hampton Court Green where the parking bays are larger and there is no width restriction at the exit. Standard hourly parking rates apply.
Enjoy Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace in one day with this coach service that links the two. Available during summer season only (so from April 2018).
Collection and drop off are at local bus stops. Seats in the Surbiton Coaches Shuttle must be pre-booked.
Drop-off and pick-up points are at the gate of the palace.
Cycle racks are located to the left of the palace entrance (near Reception) and in the Car Park (next to the Rose Garden).
The National Cycle Network route number 4 runs along the Barge Walk past the palace.
Allocated parking spaces marked ‘M/C’ are available in the on-site car park.
Normal car parking charges apply.
These run in the summer from the following destinations:
For more information visit:
Mooring sites along Barge Walk:
The first 24 hours are free. If you stay for more than 24 hours, mooring costs £5 per day. Boats can stay for a maximum of 72 hours.