Once home to royalty, including Henry VIII, Hampton Court is an unforgettable venue. The palace has hosted astoundingly lavish celebrations over the centuries and continues to provide stunning rooms for entertaining, with their historic features still in fine condition. Originally a dining room for members of Henry VIII’s court, the Great Hall makes an impressive setting for banquets, while wedding receptions can be held in the state apartments or the pretty Garden Room. Fresh for events in 2016 was the old royal abode’s 20th Century Garden, a 600-capacity green space accessed by a new bridge across the waterway.
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