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A curious liitle gem of a house..

This is a slghtly overlooked house being so near Kew-it contains a fascinating collection of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
nobunaga2017
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London, United Kingdom
Worth a visit

Took our 10 year old daughter and we all really enjoyed Ham House, would definitely go again... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Eileen K
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London, United Kingdom
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Splendidly preserved 17th-century house and gardens.
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Ham House Ham Street | Ham, Richmond TW10 7RS, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a slghtly overlooked house being so near Kew-it contains a fascinating collection of miniatures,some old Japanese cabinets which are opened on certain dates. The chapel is said to be haunted and is suitable spooky,.. The House is quite small and you get a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Never mind staff in the cafe chatting/fiddling with their long hair, whilst we waited to be served, there is NO excuse for cold coffee and charging about a fiver for green dishwater purporting to be leek and potato soup! The National Trust is a great...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Took our 10 year old daughter and we all really enjoyed Ham House, would definitely go again! Lovely little cafe when there too!

Thank Eileen K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I’d recommend this just for the lovely walk from Richmond along the side of the Thames to Ham house it’s about a mile and a half and takes about 45 mins. As for the house a lot of the rooms were closed for winter but...More

Thank Jammmy60
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Flapjack acceptable at 2.25 Americano a shade expensive at 2.70 Machiato billed as double expresso weak COLD which is always unacceptable. And very little of it awful at a massive 2.30 Little quantity of soup for the price tag of 4.75 1 teabag at 2...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful stately home with nice gardens alongside the Thames, great for a shorter visit as not too big A lot of history and could be absolutely amazing if ever fully used.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited on a bitterly cold Saturday at the end of October, so our first port of call was the cafe where our family of 6 ( 2 grand parents, 2 parents, 2 teenagers) all had hot soup. Mine was a sausage stew soup and...More

Thank upwarduk
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Ham House is well worth a visit. The beautiful house offers a view of the lives of the privileged class and also of the lives of the servants. The gardens are very well maintained. Good restaurant facilities - even if the service was painfully slow...More

Thank Seehanes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful house set in Ham Garden however the lighting is very bad specially if it is a sunny day. Please note only can visit certain hours check before going

Thank Margeritta
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Orangery Cafe : appalling! Staff with shoulder length hair not covered (and serving soup!), cakes with flies on them as they too were not covered. Soup itself was watery and tasteless (purported to be 'Leek & Potato'). The house itself was overrun with children and...More

1  Thank Nathan C
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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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wiisbechfurnishings
1 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.
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LuvlondonA
25 March 2016|
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Response from Ham House G |
Yes there's free wifi in the Orangery cafe. Enjoy your visit!
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