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Lovely afternoon, I wish there were more examples of how people lived in that era. Such as a full... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Richmond, United Kingdom
Ham House is a National Trust property and not cheap for non-members

Use Sat Nav to find it and park in the car park by the river except during spring and autumn high... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
London, United Kingdom
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Splendidly preserved 17th-century house and gardens.
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Ham House Ham Street | Ham, Richmond-upon-Thames TW10 7RS, England
+44 20 8940 1950
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Lovely afternoon, I wish there were more examples of how people lived in that era. Such as a full dining table, etc. but it all worth it.

Thank jb0sse
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This NT property is well worth a day trip. It has rich history & well informed guides. Also good cafe with lunches & cream teas.Just right for a sunny day as you can later walk along towpath into Richmond for the evening. Free park nearby...More

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We really enjoyed our visit to Ham House which is a National Trust house which conserves a 17th century decor which has become quite unusual. The house was built by Charles I' s whipping boy (the little boy who played with the future king as...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ham House is owned by the National Trust and if you don`t belong like we do then it is really worth while. Ham House has a fantastic position near to the Thames. Very informative guides inside the house and interesting gardens to explore. A very...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We love ham house and gardens it’s always a nice to visit, we do the Easter egg hunt every year and sometimes just go to gardens and cafe as food tasty...highly recommended

Thank Jodaylloyd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Use Sat Nav to find it and park in the car park by the river except during spring and autumn high tides. Alternatively walk from Richmond along the river, again avoiding high tides when the tow path my be flooded. (The adventurous can walk from...More

Thank 850redd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Seen this house used as a location for films etc, as its local for us it was one too tick off on our list. Wasn't disappointed, fantastic gardens and decor inside was superb

Thank Dren W
Reviewed 12 September 2018

Maybe it was the rain that put me off, Im not sure. It really was a very dark and dingy house. The staff were not particularly friendly which is so unlike NT properties. One guide scared my daughter with Ghost Stories when i distinctly asked...More

Thank Alfieconnspurs
Reviewed 7 September 2018

A great place to visit, going back to the 17 century,the trust staff are vary helpful and knowledgeable to answer any questions you might like to asked about the history of the house ,all surrounded by some beautiful gardens well worth a couple of hours...More

Thank T J
Reviewed 7 September 2018

I really enjoyed my visit to Ham House, which was free with my National Art Fund membership. It is a pleasant half hour walk along the riverside from Richmond town centre. I spent about two and a quarter hours there, but you could do it...More

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Larry P
9 April 2018|
Response from milnealison6cows2018 |
I don't know what sections of the house were used in the John Carter film but i do know that the total cost of entering the property is £12.20 for an adult and £30.50 for a family. Enjoy you visit!
2 July 2017|
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Response from IainG81 | Reviewed this property |
There's plenty of car parking quite close about 5 minutes walk from the house. Very convenient.
25 March 2016|
Response from Ham House G |
Yes there's free wifi in the Orangery cafe. Enjoy your visit!