The Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace brings together a selection of 60 of the rarest cars from around the world – many of which will never have been seen before in the UK.
For three days only, the gardens at Hampton Court Palace will be home to over 300 of the finest and rarest motor cars ever to be seen. The crown jewels of the automotive world – 1896 pioneers to present day supercars
All day VIP Hospitality
The exclusive Concours of Elegance hospitality enclosure is on the East front lawn of the Palace. A stunning marquee and garden, incorporating a private lounge area, provides guests with a perfect view of the cars.
Our fully inclusive Hospitality Enclosure ticket includes; morning tea, coffee and pastries, the Charles Heidsieck Champagne Reception, a 3-course lunch with fine wines, coffee and petits four, afternoon cream tea, reserved VIP parking and a souvenir catalogue (1 per 2 guests).
SOMETHING TO EAT & DRINK AT THE CONCOURS
In partnership with the Concours of Elegance, Tom’s Kitchen* will be providing the catering to the public during the 3 days of the Concours.
A 100 seater restaurant, serving a menu specifically designed for the Concours by renowned British chef, Tom Aiken’s, will be available for pre-booked diners for lunch across 3 sittings per day as well as an afternoon tea offering.
The bar will be serving Illy coffee throughout the day and bespoke designed Patron cocktails will also be available, as well as the firm favourites of beer, wine and soft drinks.
THE CONCOURS PICNIC BY TOM’S KITCHEN
Tom’s Kitchen will once again be offering delicious British picnics at the Concours. Presented in individual jute bags, with fully biodegradable packaging and cutlery, plus a bottle of Kingsdown still water, the picnics will include a substantial chicken or vegetarian main course plus salads with a generous cheese and
fruit box and a delicious strawberry and white chocolate dessert.
ABOUT OUR PATRON
“As a life-long car enthusiast, I’m always particularly enthralled by the hugely impressive collection of historic motor cars that arrive from around the globe to star at our Concours. I especially enjoy meeting all the Owners and hearing about their car’s story.”