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We are open to the public every day during the summer months for visitors to enjoy the award-winning gardens and tour the castle. In addition to the continuous summer season, events run throughout the year. 

We have some exciting events in the pipeline for 2018, so do keep an eye on our What's On and Facebook pages.

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Hampton Court Castle
Hope under Dinmore
Herefordshire
HR6 0PN

Detailed directions

How to find Hampton Court Castle

Times & Prices

The gardens are open daily from 10.30am - 5pm. Castle tours run most days at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3pm. Tours will not be available on the 24th May, 2nd June, 9th June and 15th July as the castle is in use for private functions.  

Gardens Adult: £9.00
Senior (65+): £8.00
Child (4-15): £5.25
Family (2 + 3): £26.00
Under 4s: Free
Castle & Gardens Adult: £14.00
Senior (65+): £12.50
Child (4-15): £8.25
Family (2 + 3): £40.00
Under 4s: Free

Opening times and prices may vary on special event days. Discounts for group bookings are available. To purchase a garden season ticket, enquire at the Ticket Office on arrival. 

The Gardens & Castle

The gardens at Hampton Court Castle attract visitors from all over the country. They feature an abundant Kitchen Garden encased by original Victorian walls, stunning formal gardens, vast lawns and river walks. At the centre of the maze, the gothic tower offers panoramic views across the estate and a secret passage leads down to the Sunken Garden. To find out more, visit our Gardens page.

Tours of the castle offer the chance to see some of the historic rooms. Your guide will take you through the history of the estate and the story of how the building has evolved over time. To read more about the history of the castle, visit our Castle page

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Visitor Information

We try to be as disabled friendly as possible, although there are certain limitations given the nature of the building and grounds. For more information, please visit our Accessibility page.

Regrettably, no dogs are allowed anywhere on the estate, with the exception of assistance dogs.

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Visitors sitting on the grass in front of Hampton Court