Immerse Yourself
in the Past

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As a lover of Tudor history, you want to Immerse yourself Deeply in the Past.

But how do you feel that deep sense of connection we history lovers crave from merely reading the stories of Tudor people and events in the pages of a book, particularly when there is so much information – and misinformation – out there?

If this is your deepest wish, and you struggle to find high quality, factual information you need to make it happen, then it’s time to turn this around.

Alongside committing to deliver thoroughly researched content, the one other magical ingredient that will bring you as close to time travel as humanly possible is the belief that…

It is only time, and not space, which separates us from the past.

It is only time, and not space, which separates us from the past.


Imagine knowing exactly where to go and what to see on your Tudor road trips, confident that you will never miss a thing. Imagine being able to see vividly in your mind’s eye how events unfolded by being able to pinpoint the physical spaces in which they occurred. Imagine walking away with that feeling that you have finally come home, that unique sense of being whole that only other Tudor history lovers truly understand.

I promise that when you become a member of The Tudor Travel Guide community, you will be able to relish your immersion into the past, with all the facts and hard-to-find details at your fingertips.

So, are you ready for me to help you build your own time machine? You can become a part of the adventure by subscribing to my mailing list. Simply follow this link, and I will get you started by sending you my digital mini-guide, ‘Tudor London Made Easy: A Brief Guide to the Essential Places to Visit in the Capital’.

Serving the Tudor Community

My Story:

Over the years, I realized that after visiting certain Tudor places, I had missed some important element of the place’s history or perhaps there was a historic site nearby that I had missed altogether. It was so frustrating!

Then something amazing happened. Back in 2010, when I was writing my first book about Anne Boleyn, a whole new world opened up in my imagination. For the first time, I learned about the great power houses of the sixteenth century; how the rooms were used and flowed from one to another and what life actually was like in a Tudor palace. I could see everything in vivid detail and I was finally able to place important Tudor events in the places in which they occurred; it was revelatory and so uplifting! This rich and detailed understanding helped me to more deeply connect with the past. I now know how to make the most of any virtual or physical journey into our Tudor past. In short, I have mastered the art of time travelling like a pro

What the Community is SayingThe Tudor Travel Guide

Fran Dickerman

“I lost my husband a few years ago. The work you do has touched my life in such a positive way. I truly lose myself in time, and ‘come home’ for a bit …I feel recharged and have gained an inner strength … and am able to forge ahead.”

Natasha gooch

“The Tudor Travel Guide helped me through lockdown. I found a safe space to indulge my passion for all things Tudor…I could get completely lost in the past. I love the fact that Sarah delves into everyday lives in Tudor times. It adds an extra layer of learning and intrigue.”

Lea Armstrong

“My husband & I are planning to tour England towards the end of this year. We will be using the vast knowledge, information & insights that ‘The Tudor Travel Guide’ has recommended. I fully expect to be able to touch the past with Sarah’s help!“

My Commitment to You

My passion is to help you to experience the same, to soak up every hidden gem and delicious Tudor detail so that every visit is as complete as it can be and you never have to experience that ‘if only I had known…’ feeling again!

Whether you prefer to read, listen or watch, there is something here for you to craft your own adventure in time. Ready to get started? Visit this page to find exactly what you need.

My Promise is to provide you with as many delicious details as possible, so that when you visit a Tudor place, you never have to experience that ‘if only I had known…’ feeling again!

Sarah Morris
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Name and Title: Katherine Parr (she signed her letters Kateryn Parr), Queen of England.

Born: Blackfriars, London, c.1512.

Died: 5 September 1548.

Buried: Sudeley Castle Chapel, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.

In this blog we explore the life, death and burial of Queen Katherine Parr…

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