A great day out

Plan your visit to Hampton Court Castle

We are now open!

Please see the information below for opening times and prices for the gardens and Castle. Please check our What’s On page for our 2022 events calendar and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for any updates.

2022 Prices

Adult: £9.50
Senior (65+): £8.50
Child (4-15): £5.50
Under 4s: Free

Gardens and Castle
Adult: £14.50
Senior (65+): £13.00
Child (4-15): £8.50
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, please enquire at the Ticket Office on arrival.

Food and drink are available from the Orangery Cafe, and we also have a Gift Shop on site.

Opening Times

The gardens are open daily throughout the summer season. The gates open at 10.30am until 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. We recommend you allocate at least two hours to explore the gardens as there is a lot to see. There are also picturesque river walks, which take 30-60 minutes to complete, and offer wonderful views of the Castle and countryside. To read more about the gardens, visit our Gardens page.

Visiting the Castle gives you the chance to see some of the historic rooms and learn about the history of the estate. An overview of the Castle’s history can be found on our Castle page. The Castle is open on selected days only – Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays. It can be visited by booking one of the Castle Guided Tours at our Visitor Centre upon entry.



Find us

Hampton Court Castle, Herefordshire, can be found off the A417, close to the junction with the A49 between Hereford and Leominster. On arrival, please enter through the main gate and follow the route round to the right into the car parking area which is clearly signposted.

Hampton Court Castle
Hope under Dinmore

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We try to be as accessible 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.

Flying drones anywhere on the Hampton Court Castle estate is strictly prohibited.