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Renowned across the world, Hampton Court Palace Gardens are beautifully constructed and maintained, making them an unmissable attraction.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace
The South Front and Privy Garden, looking north west across the fountain basin.

Explore the Privy Garden at Hampton Court, now restored to its former glory. The garden features the sumptuously intricate Tijou Screen.

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Hampton Court Palace

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.

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Hampton Court Palace

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.

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Hampton Court Palace

Kensington Gardens are well renowned for their beauty - find out more about the especially intriguing Sunken Garden that was planted in 1908.

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Kensington Palace

Hidden within the grounds of Kew Palace is Queen Charlotte’s cottage, a rustic country retreat that remains open for public viewing.

Open 11.00-15.50 on weekends and bank holidays

Kew Palace

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Historic Royal Palaces is embarking on an exciting project - we’re opening the doors of Hillsborough Castle for everyone to explore the stories of this extraordinary place, and take part in its inspiring new future.