Hampton Court Palace Day Trip

Just outside of London, a historic royal palace and Royal treasure, and one of England's most notable places await you: Hampton Court Palace. Located in the borough of Richmond upon Thames and originally built in the early 16th century by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, Hampton Court Palace was King Henry VIII's favourite one.

Your day begins with a day trip to Hampton Court Palace, where lies the spectacular favourite residence of Henry VIII built in 1514, where you will explore the impressive maze and beautiful gardens, see the astronomical clock and visit Henry VIII’s tennis court.

This Historic Royal Palace boasts a rich history dating back to the medieval period. It became a grand Tudor palace under King Henry VIII who expanded and renovated the palace extensively, making it one of his principal residences and a centre of Tudor court life. In the late 17th century, William III and Mary II enlisted Sir Christopher Wren to update parts of the palace in the Baroque style.

Today, Hampton Court Palace stands as a testament to centuries of royal history, showcasing magnificent Tudor and Baroque architecture, lush gardens, and significant cultural heritage. Managed by Historic Royal Palaces, it remains a popular tourist destination, inviting visitors to explore its grand state rooms, beautiful grounds, and rich history.


  • English-speaking driver guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off only from Central London
  • Hampton Court Palace Tickets


  • Gratuities
  • Pickup & Drop Off from Heathrow or outside Central London

+44 7700 154726

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Duration (tours, trips, experiences, classes): 6 hrs
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Listing created Mar 27, 2024

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