London

Hampton Court Palace

King Henry VIII might be the most famous of all historic English monarchs, but only two palaces have survived the centuries since the belligerent king’s reign. Hampton Court Palace is the most impressive, although much of the Tudor history was removed during King William III’s massive renovation spree. The palace and its gardens are among the most awe-inspiring in London and its maze remains one of the most famous of its kind, although those hoping to get utterly confused and completely lost might be disappointed. The palace is best approached by getting a train to Hampton Court, found in Zone 6.
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hamptoncourt@hrp.org.uk

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Open 10:00-16:30.

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