Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace visitors can experience:
The State Apartments of Henry VIII, including the magnificent Great Hall and the Tudor Kitchens
The State Apartments of William III and Mary II
The world famous gardens and maze, plus costumed events also take place on most school holidays and bank holidays throughout the year.
The family trails are a perfect way to explore Hampton Court Palace and a ghostly children’s trail is available to help you track down our ghosts...
Meet cool characters from the court of King Henry VIII, see the real kitchens and experience the authentic sights and smells of a real Tudor kitchen! Clever kids can take the challenge and complete all 4 time travelling quests in The great time quest game. Plus discover the fascinating stories of Hampton Court Palace in the multi-sensory workshops for under 3s through music, movement, messy play and more! You and your little one will be transported into a magical world of stories you won't want to come back out of! But that's ok, you can come back to celebrate your little one's next big day with one of our unique and frankly fabulous children's birthday parties!
There are two cafes on site, selling a variety of sandwiches, snacks and hot meals. Visitors can also bring food with them and eat it in the gardens only.
There are healthy options, such as salads, and vegetarian options.
We have a selection of souvenir shops which sell a variety of items, including standard souvenir items such as pencils/keyrings and similar, historic books, and many gift and ornament items.
We have two unisex disabled toilets inside the palace (although one is right next to the entrance to the Fountain Ladies toilets and shares the same lobby), two in the gardens and one in the Tiltyard Cafe. Baby changing units are in the Mens Toilets by Base Court and in the Tiltyard Cafe and there is a Mother and Baby room off Base Court Ladies which contains changing mats and bottle warmers. We don't have any toddler loo seats or child-sized toilets.
There are bottle warmers in the Mother and Baby Room off Base Court and the restaurant staff are more than happy to provide hot water so that a bottle can be warmed in the catering areas.
Before visiting see check the website through the link to see when the next costumed events are taking place in the palace, kitchens or gardens.
Telephone: 0844 482 7777
There is a voluntary donation added, but the base price is:
Adult £16.50; Child £8.25; Concessions £14; Family £42.50. Opening Times: 2015 Opening Details:
10am to between 4.30pm and 6pm daily.
We only close 24, 25 and 26 December.
We are open on 1 January.
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