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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
Thought this was going to be rather boring but in fact it is a real treasure house especially as most of the furniture is original and returned there by the V and A. Fabulous location on the banks of the Thames. Lovely walk there along...More
We needed to go somewhere to get the kids away from their screens and hadn’t visited Ham House before. It is a very impressive house but visiting on a very wet day didn’t do it justice at all so we must go again when the...More
popped into ham house on our way to another location just for a quick 2 hour visit as being members easy to do but if you are non member over £12 so may want to make more of a visit.
right next to river so...More
My friend and I went to Ham House as I have a National Trust card and my friend has an art pass, so it was free entry.
The house was fairly interesting but I liked the gardens a lot more. There's also a cafe there....More
Over the years I have visited Ham House many times, however I was so disappointed at my recent visit. It was like going to visit dear friends and finding the house in darkness, the door open but nobody home. Firstly the light levels, it was...More
Very interesting house. It sits on the banks of the river Thames. The House and Gardens worth seeing, especially the "eat your flowers" section of the garden. Nice coffee and ice cream spot for the family. The house is kept dark to protect all of...More
My husband and I took a walk along the Thames and stopped off at Ham House for a coffee. We are National Trust members so entry into the grounds and House was free. We found the house interesting, we thoroughly enjoyed our tea and homemade...More
Ham House sits on the bank of the river Thames, it's so impressive especially the Tapestry Room on the ground floor, its so full of colour ever though it was made in the years for King Charles I and II. This 17th century house shows...More