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Hampton Court Palace Festive Fayre


Hampton Court Palace's magnificent courtyards and grounds will be transformed into a food-lover's winter wonderland once again.

By popular demand, this favourite festive event is back for not one, but two glittering weekends. There is no better way to kick off a festive season to remember!


With a dazzling market featuring over 100 independent artisan producers, you’ll be sure to find the perfect Christmas gift for even the trickiest loved one. What better setting for some leisurely shopping with friends and family than Henry VIII’s famous palace? You can even explore the exquisite palace and 60 acres of gardens, which will be decked in its Christmas finest as a break between all that retail therapy.

There’s more on offer than just shopping. A stunning festive lover's wonderland, you’ll be bowled away by delicious craft food and drink. With everything from Christmas pudding to sausages, and brownies to churros, our hand-picked artisan producers and companies are guaranteed to delight even the most committed foodie.

*On 01-03 December, join a hands-on cocktail masterclass and learn to make some special festive tipples – what better way to learn to wow your guests this Christmas?

Don’t forget to pick up a mulled wine and mince pie, the perfect partners for relaxing to your favourite Christmas carols, performed by our talented choir. Make your day even more festive with a visit to our ice rink. Glide gracefully around this stunning rink as your admire the Tudor palace. 

Guide Prices

Entry to the Festive Fayre is included in your Hampton Court Palace admission ticket.

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Map & Directions

Hampton Court Palace Festive Fayre

Type:Christmas Event

Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court Way, East Molesey, London, KT8 9AU

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