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Private Hampton Court Palace Tour

2 reviews
| 3 to 5 hours
Hotel pickup


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Category: Tours, Day Trips
Duration: 3 to 5 hours
Private guide for a more personalized experience
Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Fully narrated tour
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Stop At: Hampton Court Palace, A308, East Molesey KT8 9AU England

Hampton Court Palace is one of the best days out imaginable. We meet you at either your hotel or mutually convenient location at around 9am then travel by private car to Hampton Court Palace, sat in a beautiful location on the River Thames.

With your ticket included, you will explore all that Hampton Court has to offer. Hampton Court is famous for being a home of King Henry VIII, and visit his massive royal kitchens and ancient Great Hall. Then visit the beautiful Chapel Royal before visiting The Cumberland Gallery, which is full of paintings by some of the leading artists in Europe such as Rembrandt and Caravaggio.

The palace has been lived in for centuries, and you can see more recent periods of royal residency including the magnificent state apartments of King William III and the chocolate kitchens.

Finally, Hampton Court is surrounded by some of the most beautiful and famous gardens anywhere in the world.

The tour will end with you returning by car back to your starting point.

This is a totally unrushed and bespoke tour, very different from the busy and quick coach tours.

Duration: 5 hours

Stop At: Hampton Court Park, East Molesey England

See the beautiful gardens of Hampton Court Palace

Duration: 30 minutes

Hotel pickup and drop-off
Private tour
Transport by private vehicle
Entry/Admission - Hampton Court Palace
Entry/Admission - Hampton Court Park
Food and drinks


Meeting point
Traveler pickup is offered
We can pick you up from any Central London hotel, not just those on the list.


Oct 2017

Highly recommended for the whole family. History is brought to life by all the characters walking around explaining everything.

Jul 2019

The host driver’s vehicle was a destroyed mess. He was low energy, relied on museum guides to talk to us and recommended that we use the headsets. Dreadful. We did not drive back with him, opting for a train instead.

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