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Hampton Court Palace

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Kew Road, Richmond, TW9 3AB

Kew Gardens is London's largest UNESCO World

Heritage site and home to the world's most diverse

collection of living plants. Set in over 320 acres,

it features iconic glasshouses, a soaring treetop

walkway and beautiful planting which provides

swathes of year-round colour as well as Britain's most

intimate royal palace plus two art galleries dedicated

to botanical art are perfect if the weather isn't.

Tel: 020 8332 5655

Web: www.kew.org

Open from 10am every day except 24 & 25

December - check website for closing times

Admissions: Adults £18, Concessions £16, Children

4-16 £6, under 4s FREE

Nearest station: Kew Gardens (London

Underground, District and London

Overground lines).

Kew Palace and the Royal

Kitchens

Royal Botanic Gardens, Richmond TW9 3AB

Tel: 0844 482 7770

Web: www.hrp.org.uk/kewpalace

Opening hours: open all week from April to

September, 10.30 - 17.30

Check website for full details

Admissions: Included in Kew Gardens

admission ticket

Nearest Station: Kew Gardens (District Line tube

and Overground).

Ham House and Garden

(National Trust)

Ham Street, Ham, Richmond TW10 7RS

"On the banks of the River Thames, Ham is one of

London's secret treasure houses. With a substantial

collection of 17th-century paintings, furniture and

textiles, Ham reveals what life looked like during the

reigns of Charles I and II. You can learn how later

generations protected their heritage by caring

for their ancestors' treasured heirlooms.

Outside, there are statues, parterres and

avenues to be explored in the formal

Cherry Garden, refuge hamhouse@nationaltrust.org.ukderness and seasonal produce in

the Kitchen Garden."

Tel: 020 8940 1950

Web: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hamhouse

Email: hamhouse@nationaltrust.org.uk

Opening hours: Garden, Shop and Orangery

café open 10am - 5pm, closing at 4pm in

Winter  (excluding 24-25 December). House

open 12-4pm (last entry 3.30pm), with tours on

selected days. Check website for detailed opening

times. Selected rooms open in January to March,

November and December.

Gift Aid Admission (Standard Admission prices in

brackets) House and garden: Adult £13.30 (£12.05)

Child £6.65 (£6.00), Family £33.25 (£30.10)

Disabled Access: Mobility scooter and manual

wheelchairs available to book in advance

Nearest Station: Richmond (District line tube and

trans) 2 mile walk along the Thames Towpath. Buses

371 and 65 take you to Ham, then 5-10 minute walk

from the nearest bus station.

Marble Hill House

Richmond Road, Twickenham TW1 2NL

A lovely Palladian villa set in 66 acres of

riverside parkland.

Tel: 020 8892 5155

Web: www.english-heritage.org.uk/marblehill

Entrance by guided tour only - Please check

the attraction website for details or prices

and times and dates of tours.

Disabled Access: ground floor only

Nearest Station: St Margarets

(trains).

Hampton Court

Palace

East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU

Discover this magnificent Tudor

palace with State Apartments,

spectacular works of art and 500 years of

royal history.

Tel: 0844 482 7770

Web: www.hrp.org.uk/hamptoncourtpalace

Opening hours: open all year apart from 24-26

December. March to Oct 10am to 6pm; end of Oct to

March 10am to 4.30pm

Admission: Adults £22.40; Children 5 to 15 £11.20;

under 5s free; Conc £18.00 Family (of 2 adults and 3

children) £55.10. Group rates and Maze only tickets

available. Ticket prices increase March 2019

Closures: The Magic Garden is now closed during

the winter and will reopen in spring 2019

Nearest Station: Hampton Court (trains).

Information correct at the time of going to print. Check websites for details.

Queen Charlotte

died in her bedroom,

Kew Palace on

17 November 1818?

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