Hampton Court Palace

A Sculpture in front of a Palace near The Selwyn Richmond

Built in 1515, Hampton Court Palace is England's largest and grandest Tudor structure. Featuring 24 hectares of magnificent riverside gardens, including a 300-year-old maze, the onetime home of Henry VIII, his wives and children, the palace and its 60 acres of grounds bring history to life. Attractions include Henry VIII's State Apartments, including the Great Hall with its spectacular hammer-beamed roof; the Tudor Kitchens; the Wolsey Closet; the Chapel Royal; William III's & Mary II's Apartments; the King's Staircase and the Chocolate Kitchens; Mantegna's The Triumphs of Caesar; Young Henry VIII's Story; and the restored Cumberland Art Gallery off Clock Court.

Hampton Court Way KT8 9AU Molesey