Hampton Court Palace 4.0 rating

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The Hampton Court Palace was home to Tudor kings such as Henry VIII. Set aside an entire day for the many attractions which include 60 acres of landscaped gardens with the famous maze, the astronomical clock, the Tudor kitchens, the Chapel Royal, the Great Hall, Mantegna's Triumphs of Caesar paintings, and various exhibitions about Henry VIII. Cardinal Wolsey built the Renaissance-influenced palace as his residence in 1515, and later when Henry VIII acquired it, he expanded it to add the Chapel Royal and the Great Hall in Tudor style. In the 17th century William of Orange expanded it further in Baroque style designed by Christopher Wren. The Hampton Court Palace has been historically significant, having witnessed the birth of Edward VI, the death of Jane Seymour, the Hampton Court Conference between James I and the Puritans and the imprisonment of Charles I. To reach the palace, get off at the Hampton Court railway station in TFL zone 6.

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About Hampton Court Palace

 East Molesey

 Nearest Transit: Richmond (Lines: District)

 +44 8444 82777

 http://www.hrp.org.uk

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