A Royal Ride
Cycle to Henry VIII's favourite palace
• A guided bike tour from Hampton Court
• Spot wild deers and enjoy a picnic in Richmond Park
• Discover Tudor history at the Palace
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"Almost every visitor to the capital spends time in South-west London - but only because it's home to Heathrow Airport. Those that do take the time to explore it properly are rewarded with quite a revelation. This fantastic cycling tour, perfect for all abilities, takes you down a leafy, peaceful path through an 800 year-old market town, from Richmond to Hampton Court Palace. This grand residence - built in 1515 and boasting over 1000 rooms - was once home to Henry VIII. Don't miss the chance to visit the oldest hedge maze in England while you're there..."
- English speaking guide
- Bikes and optional helmets
- A picnic lunch
- Expert local recommendations
Other important info:
This tour may involve some road cycling – primarily on dedicated cycle paths or quiet back streets
Entrance to the palace is not included. Approx £23.
There are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers.
Meeting point supplied upon booking.
Refunds and changes: permitted with at least seven days notice.
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