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See Hampton Court on BBC2 with Monty Don and friends: Thurs 7 July (8-9pm) and Fri 8 July (7-8pm). Times subject to change

Public transport

Rail

Hampton Court and Kingston stations are approximately 30 minutes from London Waterloo, with frequent trains. The showground is a 15 minute walk or short ferry ride (£2 for a single journey*) from Hampton Court station, or a 30 minute cruise from Kingston station (£4.80 single, £6.40 return*). For more information about ferry services, visit www.turks.co.uk.

For further information about rail services, visit the National Rail Enquiries website, call 08457 484950 or text the station name to 84950 to use the new TrainTracker Text service. Visitors with hearing impairments can use the National Rail textphone service by calling 08456 050600.

For more information about South West Trains, visit the South West Trains website.

* prices are subject to change

Ferry service

Ferry services are operated by Parr Boat Hire from between the Flower Show entrance and the park-and-ride drop off at Molesey Lock. (£2 single). For more information including departure times visit www.parrboats.co.uk.

Turks Launches also run flower show ferry services on the river from Hampton Court railway station to the Thames Entrance and back (£2 each way), and from Kingston Bridge (near Kingston Station) to the Thames Entrance and back (£4.80 single, £6.40 return). For more information see www.turks.co.uk

Tube & bus

Take the District Line to Richmond tube station, then the R68 bus from Richmond to Hampton Court. Buses 411 from Kingston station, 216 from Staines and 111 from Hounslow also stop close to Hampton Court. For more information on timetables, stops or prices visit the Transport for London website.

Driving directions

From Central London, take the A3 and then the A308. From the M25, use junction 11. On the approach to Hampton Court Palace, please ignore your satellite navigation systems and follow the temporary road signs and instructions from the police.

We recommend using the park & ride facility for car parking, which is located on the A3050, for visitors arriving from the M25 (see below for further details). Parking at the showground is available on the A308 Hampton Court Road.

Find out the latest traffic information from the Highways Agency website.

Parking

We recommend using the park & ride facility, Apps Court Farm (Red car park) on the A3050, for visitors arriving from the M25 (use Junction 11). For more information about park & ride visit www.appscourtfarm.com/park-ride. Frequent courtesy buses run all day between this facility and Hampton Court station; the showground is a 15 minute walk or short ferry ride (£2 for a single journey*) from Hampton Court station. For more information about ferry services, visit www.turks.co.uk.

* prices are subject to change

Parking at the showground is available at the Stud Gate car park (Black car park) on the A308 Hampton Court Road, and the Hampton Court Green car park (Green car park) opposite Hampton Court Palace.

Car parking prices per day are as follows:

Park & ride facility (Apps Court Farm Red car park): £5
Green car park: £10
Stud Gate Black car park: £10
Disabled parking (Stud Gate Black car park): £4

Cycling

Bicycle racks are available at the Thames Entrance.

Coach parking

The coach park is on Hampton Court Green, opposite the Palace, a 20 to 30 minute walk to the showground (which includes crossing a footbridge). Coach parking is free of charge. A mobility bus operates between the coach park on Hampton Green and the showground throughout each day.

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