Ham House and Garden - National Trust

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Ham Street
TW10 7RS

Ham House, set on the banks of the river Thames near Richmond, is perhaps the most remarkable Stuart House in the country. Built in 1610 and enlarged in the 1670s by the influential Duke and Duchess of Lauderdale, Ham was a centre for court intrigue throughout most of the 17th century. In its time, the house was at the forefront of fashion and still retains much of the original interior decoration from that period, including outstanding collections of furniture, textiles and paintings shown in 26 rooms. The formal gardens are significant for their survival within the area known as the cradle of the English Landscape Movement.

Further information

Opening Hours:

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.


Admission including Gift Aid (standard admission in brackets) House and Garden Adult: £10.90 (£9.90) Child: £6.05 (£5.50) Family: £27.90 (£25.30) Garden only Adult: £3.65 (£3.30) Child: £1.25 (£1.10) Family: £4.90 (£4.45) Under 5s go free. Free admission for National Trust and Art Fund members.


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Upcoming events:

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Facilities and services


  • Baby changing facilities
  • Cafeteria
  • Education facilities available
  • Facilities for private functions and events
  • Gardens open to public
  • Parking for coaches
  • Parking for disabled available
  • Picnic area
  • Refreshments
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Toilets for disabled
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Wheelchairs available for loan

Facilities information:

Please contact in advance for information on access for visitors with disabilities. Steps to entrance to the house. Ramp available. Ground floor has steps, narrow doorways, small rooms. Stairs to other floors, lift available. Seating available. Adapted WC for visitors with disabilities. Grounds are fully accessible, loose gravel paths, some cobbles. Free guided garden tours on Wed. 2 single-seater PMVs. Booking essential. Guided tours of the house by arrangement. Free parking (not NT) 400 yards.


  • Activities for pre-school children
  • Braille information and/or interpretation
  • Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
  • Events and resources for children and families
  • Events/teaching/resources for people with disabilities
  • General guide to collections available
  • Guided tours
  • Induction loops in exhibition spaces
  • Information point provided
  • Large print information and/or interpretation
  • Licensed for weddings
  • Pre-booking service for groups
  • Primary school education service available
  • Printed/audio-visual information available for schools
  • Secondary school education service available
  • Touch exhibits

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