Ham House Gardens

Ham House and Garden, London

Visit the beautiful historic Ham House and Gardens on the outskirts of London, maintained by the National Trust.

Lovely gardens surround this outstanding Stuart House known as Ham House (National Trust) on the banks of the River Thames.
Extensive and beautiful 17th century gardens, restored and with lovely Cherry shaped parterre filled with lavender.
There are 2 extensive walled gardens, one used as a kitchen garden. The second large one is divided into a series of 8 square lawn shapes in keeping wth the original garden and backed by a more informal area known as the Wilderness.
Many pots and tubs, 17th century garden furniture. Colourful flower borders and other features including one of the oldest Orangeries in the British Isles.
The House itself has a fine interior with a great collection of furnishings and textiles.
Family activities will keep the children happy so head here for a great day out

National Trust Ham House Gardens Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website.
Delightful tearoom in Orangery. Disabled Access.

Contact

  • Telephone: 020 8940 1950
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Address

  • Street: Ham House, Ham
  • Postcode: TW10 7RS
  • City: Richmond
  • County: London
  • Country: United Kingdom

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