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Venue price From £100 per person
Venue capacity 16 - 8300 people

Spaces at Hampton Court Palace


Bright, airy and nestled within its own private walled garden, The Garden Room is an idyllic location for conferences, away days and corporate parties. This self-contained former orangery, combines old-world charm with the latest audio-visual technology and excellent Wi-Fi access. Hire also includes access to the rest of the palace, which your delegates can explore on their own or with one of our dedicated guides. The private walled garden is perfect for team-building activities. The Garden Room can accommodate up to 180 banqueting or theatre style, and up to 120 cabaret style.


Hampton Court Palace is one of the most jaw-dropping venues in the country. Consisting of beautiful state rooms that span the Tudor, Stuart and Georgian dynasties this Palace offers stunning courtyards, a Banqueting Hall, famous art works, opulent staircases and sweeping gardens. Guests can truly walk in the footsteps of history has they celebrate against this iconic backdrop. This unique and historic venue is perfect for 20-220 guests and offers a number of reception, dinner and a dancing option in it's undercroft.


Small by perfectly formed, the Little Banqueting House is one of the most picturesque spaces in Hampton Court Palace, ideal for intimate celebrations. Set peacefully amid the palace gardens, the Little Banqueting House affords beautiful views of the Thames, as well as the splendid Tudor and Baroque architecture of the palace itself. The Little Banqueting House can accommodate up to 50 guests for a reception and dinner and is licensed for civil ceremonies. Combine with The Garden Room for a large wedding reception after an intimate ceremony.

About 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 have dazzled audiences of ambassadors, courtiers, cardinals, artists and dignitaries with the grandeur and majesty of Hampton Court.