The Tudor Travel Guide

Your Visitor's Companion to the Aristocratic Houses of the Sixteenth Century

Tudor Time Travel at Your Fingertips – A New Tudor Travel Inspired Collection is to be Launched Soon…   Have you ever visited a Tudor property and had a nagging feeling that you were missing something? Perhaps you know something of the place, and the people who lived there, but the details elude you? Without …

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A Tudor Weekend Away...in London

Would you like a Tudor Weekend Away…in London? Would you love to combine your passion for Tudor history with a heart-warming dusting of Christmas sparkle? It’s getting really chilly here in the UK; some places have had their first snow fall; the jumpers and boots are out of the closet, and the shops are filling …

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  Esher Palace and the ‘Fallen Favourite’   I just love putting together lost Tudor buildings with notable events from history; it adds a new dimension to my ability to visualise the event as it unfolds – and I am sure you feel the same. Recently, my interest was well and truly piqued. For the …

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Wolfhall – now there’s a name that I am sure you will be familiar with! It is a place steeped in myth and legend; but what of the real Wolfhall? The grand Tudor mansion, built by Jane Seymour’s father, Sir John, is essentially lost, but now an intrepid team of local historians, researchers and archaeologists …

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    Sadly, some of the most magnificent buildings and rooms of the Tudor age have been lost long since; The King’s Privy Gallery at Whitehall is one of those buildings. One of my not-so-guilty pleasures is recreating these lost chambers in my imagination. So, following on from last week’s introduction to Tudor galleries, this …

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