Hampton Court Castle, Gardens & Parkland
The twelve acres of stunning gardens and parkland feature flower gardens, kitchen gardens (highly acclaimed), herbaceous borders, avenues, island pavilions, canals and a 150-year old wisteria tunnel leading to expanses of sweeping lawns. The 1,000-yew maze, with a gothic tower at its centre, offers panoramic views of the gardens and a secret tunnel leads to a waterfall in the sunken garden.
You can extend your visit with a tour of the beautiful Medieval Castle dating back to Henry IV including some of the 24 sumptuous bedrooms. Then follow with lunch or afternoon tea in the 1846 award winning Joseph Paxton designed Orangery Cafe. To complete your visit why not take the River Walk to see the swans on the Lake. It is a ‘truly magical day out not to be missed’.
‘Possibly the most ambitious private garden of our time… one of the most successful public gardens in Great Britain’.
Stephanie Donaldson, Country Living, Gardens Editor
Opening Times: Open from Saturday 8th April 2017 every day from 10.30am - 5pm
Admission Charges: Adults £8.50, Seniors £7.50, Children £4.75 Aged 5-14, under 5's free Family ticket £24.00
(2 adults, 3 children maximum).
Optional Castle Tour: Adults £4.50, Seniors £4.00, Children £2.50 Aged 5-14, under 5's free.
Family ticket £12.50. Opening times and prices may vary for special events. Sorry no dogs, except for assistance dogs.
Group Rates: Coach and Private Groups made very welcome. Please apply for booking form to check availability and special rates. Private Dining Room available for Groups.
On-Site Facilities: Orangery Cafe, Ice Cream Parlour, Brewhouse Bar, Gift shop selling most unusual gifts, Flower and Plant Shop,
Disabled Access: Yes, wheelchair loan available. Booking required.
Toilets on site: Yes.
Car/Coach Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: Not restricted.
Booking Contact: Ticket Office, Hampton Court Castle & Gardens, Hampton Court Castle, Nr Hope-under-Dinmore, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0PN.
Telephone: 01568 797777
Location: Situated on the A417, 500 metres from its junction with the A49 between Hereford and Leominster.