Skip the Line: Hampton Court Palace Tickets
Reviewed by: Judith A P, October 2014
This is a great place to explore. Wonderful history, beautiful gardens. We didn't get to the maze, but it sounded good too, when we talked to others. Not sure if it is an extra charge. Very easy to get to Hampton Court by public transport from central London. Afterwards we caught a bus (5 minutes) to a really good shopping area called Kingston. A good day all round.
Reviewed by: dawood n, October 2014
It started of witTh a beautiful hot sunday ad the whole experience got better as the day went along. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The maze was a childhood memory from a school trip and the palace was very nice too. The staff at VIATOR were the most amazing people. Especially an american accent girl who helped me re book my day. she was wonderful.
Reviewed by: Jo B, October 2014
Still had to queue for tickets even though we had printed the voucher.
The palace was awesome and the gardens even better.
The staff were so friendly and helpful.
My husband found £40 on the ground and handed it in. We so hope the money was claimed by its owner. £40 is a lot to loose on a day out.
He then found a mobile phone left on a seat. No-one around. We did hear later that that had been claimed.
All in all, a brilliant day.
Reviewed by: GBanks191, September 2014
Hampton Court Palace should not be missed when in London. The gardens and the palace are just beautiful. It is an easy train ride and short walk from Waterloo Station. Plan on having lunch or tea in the cute village closeby.
Reviewed by: jennypennini, September 2014
Loved this place, easy to get to. I travel with my disabled husband and everyone is most helpful. There is lift access but very bumpy on the cobblestone outside as you would expect. Catch the train from Waterloo Station. Take a packed lunch and sit in the gardens, a must see.
Reviewed by: Garry W, September 2014
Hampton Court contains the private apartments of three kings and is very grand indeed. A wonderful feature was that palace guides, in costume and in character, were walking around speaking to visitors and describing the concerns of the palace at the time of the various kings. The kitchens of Henry VIII were in action, with cooks explaining what they were preparing and talking about the different ingredients available in Tudor times. The gardens were also magnificent.
Reviewed by: Jan H, September 2014
Such a brilliant day - be proud of yourselves Hampton Court. The helpful and knowledgable staff, realistic enactments, informative guides and information. This is truly well worth the money and we loved every minute.