The Tudor Travel Guide

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

On the 5th May, in just under one week’s time, Anne Boleyn will once again arrive at the Tower, a prisoner accused of treason, incest and adultery. It is certain to send shivers down your spine, as the veil between the past and present falls away. No, I am not crazy! Historic Royal Palaces are …

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    Easter is upon us, and in my own little Tudor world, when I think of Easter, I immediately think of Greenwich. For it was at Greenwich that Anne Boleyn was first publicly presented as queen on the 12th April, 1533.   There are eye witness descriptions of the event, which Anne must have …

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