Ham House & Garden

Description

Ham House is a stately home located on the banks of the River Thames, near Richmond with step free access. The house and gardens are managed by the National Trust and are open to the public. There is also a café and shop.

Built in 1610 and extended in 1670 when it was at the heart of Restoration court life, Ham House is Europe's most complete surviving example of 17th century fashion and power. The garden is one of the few formal gardens to survive the English Landscape movement, and out buildings house an orangery, brick ice house, dairy and still house.

Access includes:

  • Blue badge holder parking available on site
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Adapted toilet available by the shop
  • Mobility vehicles and manual wheelchairs available to borrow - please book in advance
  • Induction loop in the visitor reception, café and shop
  • Level access in gardens - please note paths are made up of gravel and cobbles
  • Ramped level access available to the ground floor of the house only
  • Level access route maps available from visitor reception.

Service Details

Locations:
Ham House, Ham Street, Ham, TW10 7RS (directions displayed on map)
Organisation:
National Trust
Service Type:
Activity
Website:

This page was last updated on 07 May 2020

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Contact Details

Telephone:
0208 9401950
Email:
hamhouse@nationaltrust.org.uk