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See the old Royal Tennis Court, the art display of the Royal Collection, the Guinnes World Record Great Vine and the Chapel Royal.

Movie location of The Theory of Everything (2014), Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! 2018, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) and many others

Entrance tickets and open return train tickets from London included

Guided tour trough the best preserved Tudor Palace in the world

Wonder in the XVII century original Maze


Private Tour

Hear the crackling of a XVI century fireplace and smell the scent of the burning wood, Step back in the Tudor time! The Tudor dynasty was marked by Henry VIII’s break with the papacy in Rome and the beginning of the English Reformation, which, after turns and trials, culminated in the establishment of the Anglican church under Elizabeth I. The period witnessed the high point of the English Renaissance.

Find yourself face to face with Henry the VIII and other illustrious inhabitants of the palace like George I thanks to the amazing performances of the actors.

Discover the interests and extravagances of the aristocrats in the XVIII century: dresses, tapestries, ball-rooms, maze, flowers, tennis, chocolate…

Fall in love with some of the most beautiful gardens in England, Hampton Court Park has been restored using the original plant varieties, the hornbeam bower and statues part of the Kings’ original design. See a World Guinness Record: The Great Vine is now 250 years old and is the largest grape vine in the world, it was planted in 1768 while Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown was in charge of the gardens at Hampton Court. 

Wander in the XVII century original maze.

Watch a game in the Old Royal Tennis Court, the first tennis court at the palace was built for Cardinal Wolsey between 1526 and 1529.

Enter in the Chapel Royal where Henry the VIII married Catherine Howard on the 28th of July 1540. Outstandingly rich, colourful and layered with history, the chapel’s vaulted ceiling was installed in the 1530s and is the grand culmination of Tudor opulence.

Admire great art: your guide will finely describe the portraits of Sir Anthony Van Dick, a self portrait of Rembrandt, The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew of Caravaggio and the amazing depiction of the Triumphs of Cesare (1484-1492) by Mantegna that covers over 70 metres square!

Explore the movie location of The Theory of Everything (2014), Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! 2018, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

Do you know that Hampton Court is the most haunted palace in the UK? Two of Henry VIII’s wives haunt the palace: his beloved third wife Jane Seymour who died after giving birth in 1537 and most famously, his fifth wife Catherine Howard, executed for adultery in 1542.

Relax in the 750 acres of parkland set within a loop of the River Thames or if it’s Winter enjoy the warm atmosphere of an historical pub in Hampton for as much as you want