Hampton Court Palace
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Step back in time as you explore this magnificent palace, best known for its most famous resident, Henry VIII. Feel the heat of the vast Tudor Kitchens and the eerie chill of the Haunted Gallery, before losing yourself in world famous Maze set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens.
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Home of King Henry VIII this wonderful Tudor palace and gardens on the side of the River Thames is a delight to visit
Beautiful Hampton Court Palace has great history, excellent way to learn about the life of the Palace
Prepare to be swept away by the seasonal atmosphere of Hampton Court Palace this Christmas as the ice rink returns for another year.
Hampton Court Palace was originally owned by Sir Henry Moore who gave it to Henry VIII. It then became his hunting lodge on the banks for the River Thames. On a Sunday morning, you can attend the service in the chapel, or just visit the palace and the gardens for a wonderful day out.
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“Walk through this wonderful park and see the deer en route to Hampton Court Palace”
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“Originally built in 1610, by a friend of King Charles I - take the ferry across the river from near Marble Hill House ”
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“Fabulous walks with distant views of Central London on a clear day - visit the Isabella Plantation, have tea at Pembroke Lodge or just walk and see the lovely deer”
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“Chessington is about 30 minutes away. Its fantastic for slightly older kids. It has exhilarating rides, a zoo and an aquarium. Again I'd suggest taking a packed lunch”
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