The Lost Tomb of Henry VIII: Harry and Meghan Walk Over Royal Bones

This post contains some affiliate links Today we explore the strange story of the royal tomb of one of the most famous monarchs in Tudor history: King Henry VIII, whose body was laid to rest in St George’s Chapel at Windsor castle. It was meant to be a grand monument to the man with a … Read more

Chelsea Old Church – ‘Discovering Tudor London’, by Natalie Grueninger

Did you know that 2.4 million people visit The Tower of London each year? That is a lot of people! Of course, somewhere like the Tower is one of the ‘must see’ places on every Tudor time traveller’s list. However, as wonderful and evocative as the Tower is, believe me, if you haven’t visited in … Read more

Kenilworth Castle – An Elizabethan Ode to Love

Kenilworth Castle

Were Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, lovers? Now there’s a question that ignites a passionate debate. Whilst we will probably never know the truth of the extent of their physical relationship, no one would argue that through life, and even in death, they shared an unbreakable bond. Perhaps nowhere is more evocative … Read more