The Tudor Travel Guide

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

A little over two years ago, I finished writing my bit of the last book which I co-authored with my good friend, and erstwhile time travelling companion, Natalie Grueninger, from On the Tudor Trail. In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII was complete…

What a day yesterday was! The news of the Anne of Cleves heraldic panels seems to have spread far and wide across the social media network. It is so important that these panels take their place as rare and treasured Tudor artefacts; it will help protect them and ensure funds are available for their preservation. …

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   If you are live in the UK, many Anne Boleyn fans will have been avidly watching Channel 5 over the last two weeks, in order to see Susannah Lipscombe’s entertaining documentary that focussed on the tumultuous relationship between Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII; The Lovers Who Changed History.    One aspect of the programme …

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