In this episode, I visit Pembroke Castle in Pembrokeshire, Wales. One of Wales’s largest and best-preserved castles, and birthplace of Henry VII, we discover the castle’s history, from its Norman construction to its connections to Henry.
Mary Howard, Duchess of Richmond, was a force of nature. The youngest daughter of the 3rd Duke of Norfolk, she…
For a fleeting period of time, in the autumn of 1566, those standing around the bed of Mary, Queen of…
If you are visiting London, have three days to spend, and are wondering about some of the fascinating Tudor places you might explore, then look no further! I have curated some of my personal favourite locations to uncover.
While the first two days cover off what I call ‘the BIG three’ must-see locations. However, day three will bring some respite from the crowds. While staying in central London, I am taking you further afield to explore some of my favourite and certainly less often visited Tudor-themed places. However, if you find yourself with more time and may be looking for extra extra inspiration, you can check out my 5-day London guide, which builds on the three days outlined here. Also, I am including a link to download my ‘Tudor London Made Easy Guide’. This highlights 17 locations in London with links to Tudor history.
Name and Title: Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick
Born: c 1530
Died: 21 February 1590.
Buried: The Beauchamp Chapel, St Mary’s Church, Warwick.
Read more and see images and a video of the tomb here…