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Hampton Court

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Description

When visiting Hampton Court Palace you are actually visiting two palaces in one;
a Tudor palace magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a baroque palace built by William III and Mary II.

Sir Christopher Wren, under instruction of William III developed the 'second' part of the palace in the late 1600's and transformed the east and south facades of Hampton Court with the grand and elegant baroque exteriors that dominate the Formal gardens today.

When visiting Hampton Court do not miss the Tudor Kitchens - a living monument to 230 years of royal cooking. The kitchens were designed to feed at least 600 people twice a day and are still regularly used to prepare Tudor meals.

Get lost in the most famous maze in the world.

‘It is the most famous Maze in the history of the world, and immeasurably the one most visited.’

The maze at Hampton Court was designed by George London and Henry Wise and commissioned around 1700 by William III. Originally planted using hornbeam and later replanted using yew, the Hampton Court maze covers a third of an acre, is trapezoid in shape and is the UK's oldest surviving hedge maze.

The maze itself is referred to as a multicursal or puzzle maze and is known for confusing and intriguing visitors with its many twists, turns and dead ends. Before the creation of the Hampton Court maze, unicursal or single path mazes were the most popular form of maze in the UK. Unlike the puzzle maze, the single path maze has one path, usually in a spiral shape, winding to a centre point



Chill out in the gardens of King's



The park covers 750 acres (304 hectares), the formal gardens 60 acres (26 hectares) and the palace buildings 6 acres (2.5 hectares), all set within a loop of the River Thames.

Itinerary

Day 1

Arvie at Hampton Court for aprox 10.00 Depart Hampton Court @ 16.00 from the drop of point

Dates

28/02/2019  -  1 Days

Pickup Points

Chelmsford, bus station 08:00
Billericary post office 08:10
Brentwood back of Sainsbury's 08:20
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