The Tudor Kitchens are closed, re-opening on 05 May 2018. The Maze is closed 23-27 April 2018. More information

Group visits

Benefit from easy admission, discounts and voucher schemes for groups of 15 or more.

Benefit from easy admission, discounts and voucher schemes for groups of 15 or more.

Group online prices

Savings for visitors in groups of 15 or more.

Type Gate price Online price

Adult group

£20.70 / person

£18.10 / person

Child group

£10.40 / person

£9.10 / person

Concessions group

£16.60 / person

£14.60 / person

Under 5s



Free places: Blue Badge Guides and coach drivers are entitled to a free place when accompanying a group.

Group bookings

Benefit from an extra discount on the gate price when you book online.

On the day
Groups do not have to book in advance and can pay on the gate. 

Information line
Telephone: +44 (0)20 3166 6311
Fax: +44 (0)20 3166 6310

Group booking line
Telephone: +44 (0)20 3166 6000

School group bookings
More information on educational visits. 

Advance group bookings

If you want to pre-purchase group tickets please download and return the Group Booking form and payment to

Group booking form

Download group booking form

Information for groups

Due to the nature of items on display, and the size of exhibition spaces, we limit visitor numbers in some of our visitor routes (particularly the Young Henry exhibition). Larger groups will be asked to divide into smaller parties and admission may be staggered at the discretion of staff. This is to avoid congestion during peak times to ensure the enjoyment of all visitors.

Top tips

How to make the most of your visit

  • Enhance your group visit by booking a Palace Accredited Guide for a tour of the palace and gardens.
  • Available free of charge, digital visitor guides can be collected from the Information Centre in Base Court, providing a user-friendly, modern way to explore our stunning palace.
  • Save time in your itinerary by pre-booking Meal Deal catering vouchers.
  • Hampton Court Station is in zone 6 and can be accessed using a Transport for London zone 6 Travelcard or a prepaid Oyster card.
  • Coach parking is free on Hampton Court Green, a 15-minute walk from the main entrance of the palace. Coach parking is also available at Hampton Court Station for a charge.

Food for groups

Morning tea or coffee (Before 12.00)
£6.00 per person
Includes a freshly baked muffin or pastry.

Hot lunch
£13.95 per person
Includes a main course dish from our hot counter, a non-alcoholic drink and a desert of your choice.

Light lunch
£9.95 per person
Seasonal soup of the day or a sandwich with a choice of non-alcoholic drink and a cake or desert.

Traditional Cream Tea
£6.25 per person
A delicious homemade scone with jam and cream plus a hot drink of your choice.

To book, please contact our caterers:
+44 (0)20 3166 6972

Useful information

Aerial view of Hampton Court Palace from the south west, showing the Pond Gardens in the foreground.

Getting here

Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey. KT8 9AU

Private tours

Give your groups an even more memorable experience by booking a guided tour.

The South and East Fronts seen from the Great Fountain Garden. Looking north-west towards the 1864 Statue of Three Boys seen in the centre of the image.

Travel trade

Information for our travel trade partners.

Group of visitors sitting at a table in the café.


We are committed to improving access and facilities for visitors with disabilities.

Visitors to Hampton Court Palace browse in the Palace Shop.

Shop discounts

Groups can also benefit from bulk discounts on our guidebooks and souvenirs. To order, please email

Fountain Court Cafe, looking east. Showing the wooden slatted tables and chairs cafe furniture.


Practical information for your visit.

Explore what's on

BSL guide in the King's Guard Chamber explaining/guiding to a visitor

Book a place on a BSL tour and discover Hampton Court's wonderful stories.

Selected dates

Tours and talks

Two-hour BSL tours

Blind person touching the King's Stairs Tijou bannisters.

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

Selected dates

The Great Hall, looking east.
The hall was constructed by King Henry VIII to replace a smaller and older hall on the same site. It had two functions. First to provide a great communal dining room where 600 members of the court could eat in two sittings, twice a day. And secondly, to provide a magnificent entrance to the state apartments that lay beyond.

A room with a noble tradition of royal and political entertainment, the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace is a vast and splendid historic structure.

Open daily

Highlights Things to see