Originally used as a grange by the Knights Hospitallers in the 1200s, Hampton Court Palace became one of the most beloved homes of the mildly eccentric Henry VIII—which, considering he had over 60, is a pretty hefty accomplishment. With its opulent leisure gardens, tennis courts, 1,100 acre hunting grounds, and 36,000 square feet of kitchens, Hampton Court Palace is easily one of the most majestic structures in London, especially with its importance to the Tudors over the two hundred years after Henry VIII's death. So, whether you're exploring the kitchens, the garden, the maze, or everything at once, come get lost at Hampton Court Palace.
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