Garden:Ham House Garden at Ham House and Garden

Ham House

Ham House

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Ham Street,
TW10 7RS


One of a series of grand houses and palaces alongside the River Thames, Ham House and Garden impressed in its day and continues to do so today.

Rich in history and atmosphere, it is mainly the vision of Elizabeth Murray, Countess of Dysart, who was deeply embroiled in the politics of the English Civil war and subsequent restoration of the monarchy.

Through the centuries Ham has survived war, fashion and neglect to retain a uniquely mysterious aura. Some visitors even claim that it is haunted by the ghosts of its past residents.

Today Ham House and Garden stand as one of Europe’s greatest 17th-century houses.

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Opening details

Please see website for further details.


Adult £12.50, child £6.25, Family £31.25, Group (min. 15 adults) £9.70

Gift Aid:
Adult £13.75, child £6.90, Family £34.40


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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


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