Hampton Court Palace
For centuries Hampton Court Palace has boldly and magnificently played host to gala celebrations, festive banquets, and historic meetings.
England’s most famous kings and queens, from Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, to William III and Mary II, dazzled audiences of ambassadors, courtiers, cardinals, artists, and dignitaries with the grandeur and majesty of Hampton Court.
EVENTS AT HAMPTON COURT PALACE
Today the guests can step onto this inspiring stage and experience the soaring state rooms, grand staircases all set in an idyllic riverside location just a few miles from London. Making this a truly spectacular venue. The palace has spaces to suit all kinds of events from intimate dinners to large-scale banquets and receptions, with small meeting rooms to large scale marquee sites, there is a huge variety of options available.
WHAT PAYNE & GUNTER BRING TO HAMPTON COURT PALACE
Over the years, Hampton Court Palace has played host to some truly spectacular events with the help of Payne & Gunter, including Hampton Court Palace Festival, Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink, and the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
As long-term partners, Payne & Gunter has fantastic knowledge of the palace, which will help you to deliver an unforgettable experience for your guests.
GETTING TO YOUR EVENT AT HAMPTON COURT PALACE
Here are the location details to make it easier for you to find Hampton Court Palace, whether you’re coming to take a look around or get the party started:
Hampton Court Palace, Surrey. KT8 9AU
The palace is located on the A308 and is well signposted from all the major local roads; drivers should follow the brown tourist attraction road signs. From the M25 take either exit 10 on to the A307 or exit 12 on to the A308. The palace is also accessible via the A3 and then the A309.
South West Trains run services direct from London Waterloo to Hampton Court. The journey only takes 35 minutes and the palace is a 200m walk across the bridge from the station. The train service passes through Wimbledon station, where the London Underground District Line begins. Trains also call at Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Malden, Berrylands, Surbiton and Thames Ditton.