Hampton Court Palace’s Gardens Reopening next week.

For the last three months, Hampton Court Palace has been out of bounds to the public, besides an enchanting, virtual look at their beautiful gardens.

Hampton Court palace, London

But now the stunning gardens and outdoor spaces are reopening to the public as restrictions begin to ease. In a statement released by Historic Royal Palaces on June 12, it was reported that the areas would be open in time for the summer sunshine, as the gardens will welcome visitors from Thursday, June 18.

There is no news of the reopening of the indoor areas, but hopefully, they will “follow accordingly with the latest advice.”
The return of the gardens marks the first step in reopening the UK’s mesmerising royal palaces, with Hillsborough Castle and Gardens in Northern Ireland also set to welcome visitors to their gardens.

Since Londoners are unlikely to be visiting that one, the gardens at Hampton Court Palace are possible to be the more attractive draw.

They’ve guaranteed hygiene standards “fit for a king” and lots of hand sanitiser on site, to go with distancing measures to assure the safety of staff and the visitors. As to when we’ll be able to visit inside these fantastic areas. (including the Tower of London and Kensington Palace), Historic Royal Palaces said: “our work preparing our other outdoor spaces for reopening continues, with indoor spaces at the palaces to follow in line with the latest advice. We look forward to sharing more updates with you soon.”

Hampton Court palace, London

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