5-Day Itinerary: London
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5-Day Itinerary: London

If you are visiting London, have five days to spend, and are wondering about some of the most fascinating Tudor places you might explore, then look no further! I have curated some of my personal favourite locations to uncover. While some are essential bucket-list destinations, others are well-hidden or largely off the usual tourist trail. However, they are all steeped in Tudor history and will surely satisfy your craving for some intensive Tudor time-travelling.

While the first two days cover off what I call ‘the BIG three’ must-see locations, days four and five will lead you further afield to explore some lesser-known Tudor-themed places. However, if you need extra inspiration, I am including a link to download my ‘Tudor London Made Easy Guide’. This highlights 17 locations in London with links to Tudor history, adding a couple more destinations not mentioned below.

I have also included the map below, so that you can see the spatial distribution of the following locations. Let’s go time travelling!

A Six-Day Tour of Tudor North Yorkshire
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A Six-Day Tour of Tudor North Yorkshire

This six-day tour of North Yorkshire will take you to the majestic abbeys and mighty castles that are synonymous with the county. It incorporates the great city of York, a northern stronghold in the Tudor period.  There is plenty of medieval and Tudor history to enjoy. So, let’s get time travelling!

The Old Manor of Langley, Langley, Oxfordshire
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The Old Manor of Langley, Langley, Oxfordshire

Around 5 August, Henry VII and Elizabeth of York arrived at The Old Manor of Langley. Elizabeth seems to have recovered from her sickness; at least enough to continued the onward journey. This brief period of illness may have been related to her pregnancy. However, as we shall see shortly, the Privy Purse account points out that the Queen was not the only member of her household to fall ill while at Woodstock