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One of London’s best kept secrets, this atmospheric Stuart mansion nestles on the banks of leafy Richmond-upon-Thames. It has remained virtually unchanged for 400 years and is internationally recognised for its superb collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house for centuries. Largely 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, Ham House and Garden is an unusually complete survival of the 17th century. It is reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in Britain.

You can explore in Ham House and Garden:

• Outstanding collection of furniture and textiles
• Produce from our kitchen garden in the Orangery Café
• Family house and garden trails
• Hands-on servants' area in our basement
• Downloadable cycle trail and walks to Ham
• Ham's role in film and television productions

Eating and shopping: Orangery café serving dishes made using kitchen garden produce and homemade cakes.

Making the most of your day: free garden tours on some days, please check with property. Discovery room with interactive family activities. Family garden trails and explorer pack. Wide-ranging programme of events throughout the year.

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.


Group Visits:

Planning a group trip to Ham House and Garden? Make sure your group or coach party has the best possible day by arranging your visit in advance. Reduced entry rates are available for groups of more than 15 people all year round.

If you’d like to organise a group visit to Ham House and Garden, please email HamGroupBookings@nationaltrust.org.uk with your contact details and preferred date(s).


Film and TV

Ham House is a popular film location. It has also appeared in television and radio programmes.

Films that have used the house and its grounds include:

Left Right and Centre (1959)

Spice World (1997)

The Young Victoria (2009)

Never Let Me Go (2010)

Anna Karenina (2012)

John Carter (2012)

A Little Chaos (2014)

Victoria and Abdul (2017)

The Last Vermeer (2019)

Rebecca (2020)


Television programmes filmed at Ham include:

Steptoe and Son (1964)

Sense and Sensibility (2008)

Taboo (2017)


Bodyguard (2018)

The six-part series centres around the fictional character of Police Sergeant David Budd (Richard Madden), a British Army war veteran suffering from PTSD, who is now working for the Royalty and Specialist Protection Branch of London's Metropolitan Police Service.


Belgravia (2020)

The Great (2020)

Antiques Roadshow (2021)

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adultfrom £14.00 to £15.40 per ticket
Childrenfrom £7.00 to £7.70 per ticket
Family ticket (1 adult & 2 children)from £21.00 to £23.10 per family
Groups of 15 or morefrom £13.30 to £14.63 per adult

Ham House and Garden is part of the National Trust Gift Aid on Entry scheme which offers you a clear choice between Gift Aid Admission prices and Standard Admission prices at the admission point. It's entirely up to you which ticket you choose.

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation.

Please see website for further pricing information.



  • Children welcome


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Gift shop
  • Public toilets
  • Smoking not allowed

Site Features

  • National Trust Property

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Road

We are located on the south bank of the River Thames, west of A307, between Richmond and Kingston. Ham is readily accessible from the M3, M4 and M25 and the Richmond Park Ham Gate exit. If coming from Kingston the Ham Street turning is opposite the Hand and Flower Pub along the A307. Follow this road for a mile to Ham House.



There is free parking 400 yards away in the riverside car park at end of Ham Street (not National Trust). Nearby streets also offer free parking. SatNav: Directs you to stables on Ham Street, carry straight on past these to the free riverside car park. There is disabled parking available close by. You can view information about council run car parks via the Richmond upon Thames Council Website. You can also plan your route using the AA route planner website which tells you about parking in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

Public Transport Directions

On Foot

We are located along the South bank of the River Thames. The Thames Path passes close to the entrance and is 1.5 miles from Richmond and 3 miles from Kingston. From the Thames Path, opposite Hammerton’s foot ferry, walk across a small wooden bridge and follow the well-trodden path towards Ham House.


By Bus

The 371 or 65 bus routes stop near us. 371 Richmond to Kingston, alight Ham Street bus stop, then ½-mile walk (follow signposts). 65 Ealing Broadway to Kingston, alight Sandpits Road bus stop on Petersham Road by Ham Polo Ground, ¾ mile walk along historic avenues (both pass Richmond train station and Kingston train station).


By Underground

The nearest underground station is Richmond on the District Line. The station is 1½ miles by footpath, 2 miles by road. Please see bus directions for travel information from Richmond Station.


By Cycle

The NCN4 route passes along the nearby A307. There are bicycle racks near visitor reception, inside the property.


By Train

Richmond station is 1½ miles by footpath, 2 miles by road. The route offers a smooth all-weather surface to walk on or buses and taxis offer another way to continue your journey to us.


By Ferry

Hammerton's Ferry, a seasonal foot and bike ferry travels across the River Thames from the Twickenham towpath (by Marble Hill House - English Heritage) to Ham House and Garden. Small charge applies, not NT.

Ham House and Garden

Type:Historic House

Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, TW10 7RS

Tel: 020 8940 1950


  • Other AwardsNational Trust National Trust 2019

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)*
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00

* Please see website for more details on opening times before visiting.

Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

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