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Nice place

We walked from Richmond station to the house which would have been fine if it wasn't such a very... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
cngj
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Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Beautiful house and gardens by the Thames

Lovely though not spectacular gardens and parkland leading down to the Thames. Interesting house... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
John D
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Northampton, United Kingdom
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Splendidly preserved 17th-century house and gardens.
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Ham House Ham Street | The 371 or 65 bus routes stop near., Richmond TW10 7RS, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We've visited this place twice. Undoubtedly a fine house inside and out and lovely gardens, there is something lacking in the atmosphere. A downside is parking is a good walk away from the entrance. Once inside the grounds there are some very interesting cobbled ateas,...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We walked from Richmond station to the house which would have been fine if it wasn't such a very hot day! The Thames path was quite busy but it was the first bank holiday in May so was to be expected. When we arrived we...More

Thank cngj
Reviewed 6 days ago

Lovely though not spectacular gardens and parkland leading down to the Thames. Interesting house which has not been altered much since it was built. Some great art and artefacts and a fascinating displays below stairs. The cafe is especially good, with tables in the kitchen...More

Thank John D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We spent a delightful afternoon at this stately home built alongside the Thames River. Families were picnicking under the boughs of magnificent Plain, Elm and other trees with their children and well controlled dogs. There is one of the last penny ferries which can be...More

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited with 3 others, during the visit the fire alarm was activated. Staff/volunteers were not aware that it was the fire alarm and were not certain about what they should do. The visitors decided that they should get out but as they were no fire...More

Thank Jb24m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Maybe it's me! But somehow Ham house did nothing for me. I know it is a very good example of a 17th Century home and that it is really authentic with very little major alteration since those times.I know that historically it is important since...More

Thank Rick W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The house is very well presented. You view the main house then go around the side to view the downstairs area. There was a lovely lady making cakes. The grounds are extensive, nice for a picnic. With a lovely restaurant in the walled kitchen garden....More

Thank Crochet1956
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was wonderful to see a National Trust property that had changed little since 1640 when the original 1610 house was radically altered by William Murray and then his daughter Elizabeth. So much has survived of the original furniture, tapestries, pictures and ornamentation. We were...More

Thank DGarethOwen
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited this National Trust home during a brief visit to London.Walking along the Thames past fields with cows and some horses was very enjoyable.The gardens of the house and its history are the main points of interest.But an enjoyable walk and an interesting house

Thank Brian B
Reviewed 14 June 2018

First time I have ventured to London to visit an NT property, but I was not disappointed. There is no on site parking (except disabled) but there is a free car park 150 metres away from the property and some free parking by the park...More

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Larry P
9 April 2018|
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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!
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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.
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LuvlondonA
25 March 2016|
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Yes there's free wifi in the Orangery cafe. Enjoy your visit!
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