image for Exhibition item typeChristmas at Ham House at Ham House and Garden

Ham House

Ham House

  • National Trust

Exhibition, Mon 3 Dec 2018 - Thu 3 Jan 2019



Ham Street,
TW10 7RS

Events at this Venue

date event
Thu 29 Mar - Wed 31 Oct Queen's apartment visit
Tue 31 Jul - Sun 28 Oct Garden history tours
Mon 13 Aug - Sat 27 Oct Historic views of Ham House circular walk
Sat 20 - Sun 28 Oct Hallowe'en hocus pocus
Mon 22 - Fri 26 Oct Terrible Terror Tours
Sun 28 Oct - Mon 31 Dec Kingston Station to Ham House Winter Walk


Experience the wonderful atmosphere of Ham House lit by candle light. With candles and natural greenery filling the house, and music, food and of course sparkling trees.

Candles will guide your way through Ham House, providing soft light and a wonderful atmosphere. Expect an abundance of natural green wreaths, swags and garlands, draped over banisters, mantelpieces and windowsills.

In the gardens trees and hedges twinkle, creating magical spaces and great photo opportunities.

The candles in the house will be battery operated, but give a warm and festive feeling throughout your visit.

There will of course be a sparkling Christmas tree adorning the house, bursting with presents beneath it.

There will be present shaped information boards around the house to tell you a little bit more about this period in time, and how Ham's residents, The Lauderdales, celebrated Christmas in lavish fashion.

There will be plenty of photo ops with Christmas trees inside the house for the first time. So make sure you share your photos with us on twitter or Instagram @HamHouseNT.

Gift shopNational Trust PropertyPublic toilets

Children welcome

Event details

Dates Times
Mon 3 Dec 2018 - Thu 3 Jan 2019 13:00 to 16:00


Normal admission charges apply for the venue.



See location of Ham House and Garden on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TQ 170729  Lat: 51.44368 Long: -0.31647

Underground (District Line) and train station (South West Trains and London Metro): Richmond Station.
Bus: 371, 65, K5
By foot: Thames Path passes main entrance.
For further information visit

Parking: free


  • Gift shopGift shop
  • National Trust PropertyNational Trust Property
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome