Opening and closing times

Information on seasonal hours and planned closures

Information on seasonal hours and planned closures

Hampton Court Palace will be closed on Wednesday 19 May 2021.

Opening times

Opening days and hours vary.


Summer (31 March - 16 May)

Hampton Court Palace will be closed on Friday, 30 April, Friday 7 May and Wednesday, 19 May. 

Wednesday - Sunday (including Monday 3 May): 10.00 – 18.00 (last time slot 15.30)

Last admission: 16.00 (15.30 slot).

The Magic Garden is open. The Maze remains closed.

From 20 May 

Wednesday - Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00 (last time slot 15.30)

Last admission: 16.00 (15.30 slot).

Half term hours Saturday 29 May to Sunday 6 June

Daily: 10.00 – 18.00 (last time slot 15.30)

Last admission: 16.00 (15.30 slot).

From 9 June - 25 July

Wednesday - Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00 (last time slot 15.30)

Last admission: 16.00 (15.30 slot).

On Thursday, 17 June, there will be no access to the East Front Gardens due to event set up for the Artisan Food Festival (18-20 June). 

From 26 July

Daily: 10.00 – 18.00 (last time slot 15.30)

Last admission: 16.00 (15.30 slot).

The Magic Garden is open. The Maze remains closed.


Winter (02 November - 30 March)

Closures and notices

Hampton Court Palace closures

  • 30 April 2021
  • 7 May 2021
  • 19 May 2021

East Front Gardens - 17 June

On Thursday, 17 June, there will be no access to the East Front Gardens due to event set up for the Artisan Food Festival (18-20 June). 

The Maze

The Maze is currently closed.

Further closures

Please note the following spaces are temporarily closed from 20 May 2021:

  • Wine Cellar, Privy Kitchen Café, Chapel Court, Chapel Royal (see below)
  • Horn Room, Guard Robe, Pages Chamber, Council Chamber, Royal Pew
  • William III's Private Rooms, William III's State Rooms
  • Cartoon Gallery, Cumberland Art Galley and Prince of Wales Lobby.
  • Mantegna Gallery
  • Little Banqueting House

 

The Chapel Royal

Chapel Royal opening times have changed. Visit the Chapel Royal page for more information.

Visit the Chapel Royal