A grandes rasgos
Built in 1610 and extended in 1670 when it was at the heart of Restoration court life, Ham House is Europe's most complete surviving example of 17th century fashion and power. The garden is one of the few formal gardens to survive the English Landscape movement, and out buildings house an Orangery, brick ice house, dairy and still house.
|Entrada para niños||£5.20 to £5.75 por entrada/billete|
|Entrada familiar||£26.00 to £28.60 por entrada/billete|
|Entrada para adultos||£10.40 to £11.45 por entrada/billete|
Horario de apertura
Open daily 12:00 - 16:00
January - March and October - December, selected rooms open, by guided tour only at certain times so please check the website for the latest information.
Closed 25 and 26 December.
Datos del lugar de celebración y mapa
National Trust: Ham House & Gardens
- +44 (0)20 8940 1950
- Correo electrónico
- Transporte público:
- Bus: 371 - alighting at Royal Oak pub, followed by 10 min walk.