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Ham House and Garden

Ham Street, HAM, Richmond-upon-Thames, TW10 7RS

This rare and atmospheric Stuart house sits on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond. The house is internationally recognised for its superb collection of paintings, furniture and textiles, largely acquired 400 years ago. It is reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in Britain. Outside, the restored 17th-century garden includes a productive kitchen garden containing many heritage crops, the formal 'Wilderness', complete with summerhouses and many beautiful spots perfect for a picnic. Please note to protect fragile textiles, some rooms in the house have low lights levels.

Further information

Tel: 020 8940 1951
8439 8233
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National Trust


Whole property £10.40 (ch £5.20). Family £26. With voluntary Gift aid: £11.45 (ch £5.70). Family £28.60. National Trust members free

Opening times

House open Mar-Oct, 12-4
Nov-Feb selected rooms open by guided tour, 12-4. Garden, cafe & shop open all year 10-5 (dusk if earlier)
Average visit 2hrs




Dogs not allowed, they can be looked after by staff at visitor reception

Assist dogs allowed all areas.


Partly accessible. On site lift suitable for most manual wheelchairs. Gravel & cobbled pathways in garden
Braille guide, induction loop, lift, mobility vehicle, wheelchairs

Ham House and Garden


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W of A307, between Kingston & Richmond. Located at end of Ham St

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