Ham House & Garden - Richmond-upon-Thames

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ADDRESS: Ham House & Garden
Ham Street, Ham, Richmond-upon-Thames
TELEPHONE: 020 8940 1950
Ham House & Garden - Richmond-upon-Thames
Unique 17th-century house with sumptuous interiors, original collections and restored formal gardens
  • Fine Stuart mansion on the banks of the River Thames
  • Lavish 17th-century interiors with important collections of textiles, furniture and paintings
  • Formal gardens with famous lavender parterres, known as the Cherry Garden, and maze-like wilderness
  • Fascinating association with Civil War politics and Restoration court intrigue
  • Reputedly one of the most haunted houses in Britain

What's new this year
The Library has been rearranged. From June visitors to the Volury Room can see the Pyrrhus Tapestry, which has just been returned after conservation work. Throughout September and October there is an exhibition on Verrio – the celebrated artist who painted many of the ceilings at Ham House