Trains to Hampton Court

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Hampton court is famous for Henry VIII’s magnificent palace and its vast Tudor Kitchens, Haunted Gallery and Maze.

It is located in the Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, 11.7 miles south west of central London, along the River Thames. The stunning palace welcomes 4 million visitors each year, making it a popular destination. Frequent trains connect the suburban train station with direct trains from London Waterloo via Surbiton and Wimbledon. The train journey is approximately 35 minutes long. The line is operated by South Western Railway.

Hampton court railway station has two platforms, a ticket office and ticket vending machines. Disabled access involves platform ramps. Passenger waiting areas are external and unheated but under rain proof canopies. There are washroom and toilet facilities at the station. On‐platform services include a newsagent, coffee and flower kiosks, and bicycles racks. Passengers can benefit from Wi‐Fi connection at this station. A CCTV security system operates at the train station and on the next‐door car park. Bus and coach stops are located just outside the train station. With good weather conditions Parrs boats operate a ferry service. Bus and coach services stop right outside Hampton court train station. Passengers travelling by train arrive at the Victorian station and required to cross the Hampton Court bridge leading to the palace’s stunning gardens to reach the palace. Each year Hampton Court hosts a famous Flower show, with approximately 500 exhibitors from all over the world. This year 140,000 people attended the show. People travelling to attend the show should purchase advance train tickets to Hampton court station in order to secure a seat
and benefit from discount rates. Hampton court visitors can also enjoy a vast array of attractions designed to entertain the whole family:  Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare, Strawberry Hill house, Ham House and Gardens, Marble Hill House and Chessington World of Adventures theme park and SEA‐life centre.