Hampton Court Palace was home to some of England's most famous kings and queens from Henry VIII (1509-47), its first royal resident, to George II (1727-60), its last. Hampton Court Palace features exhibits related to: fine art and architecture. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: displays include the 16th-century tapestry series, the 'story of abraham', the 'windsor beauties', a series of restoration portraits by sir peter lely and 'the triumphs of caesar' by andrea mantegna. and hampton court palace is home to many important paintings and works of art from the royal collection.
Summer (29 March - 03 November)
Winter (04 November - 28 March)
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