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Tudor Palaces of London (Hardback)

P&S History > British History > Tudors & Stuarts P&S History > Royal History World History > UK & Ireland > England > London

By Hazel Baker
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Pages: 224
Illustrations: 30 mono illustrations
ISBN: 9781399064958
Published: 30th June 2024


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Travel back in time to the Tudor era and explore the magnificent royal palaces of London along the River Thames. Discover the stories and events that unfolded within their walls, from the new palaces built by Henry VII to the luxurious court of Henry VIII and the turbulent reign of Elizabeth I.

Visit Hampton Court palace, where Henry VIII entertained his guests in the Great Hall and attempted to erase evidence of his previous wives. Walk through the streets where the Palace of Whitehall once stood. Pass under a Tudor gatehouse and into the palace grounds enjoyed by all Tudor monarchs. Enjoy the great expanse of Greenwich, the birthplace of Henry VIII, Mary I, and Elizabeth I.

Learn about the dramatic events that unfolded at Hampton Court palace. Learn how Elizabeth went on bended knee to Mary I at Richmond, how traitors were tried in the Star Chamber at Whitehall, and about Anne Boleyn's arrest at Greenwich. Recreate the beauty of the internal furnishings of a Tudor palace and the music that filled the chapels and great halls.

Royal Tudor Palaces in London brings to life the Tudor court's glamour, intrigue, and drama in their physical settings. Whether you're a history buff or a lover of London, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in one of the most fascinating periods of English history.

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About Hazel Baker

Hazel is the CEO and founder of London Guided Walks, and a qualified tour guide, with a passion for her city and walking. She established londonguidedwalks.co.uk as a hub for all those who share her love for London.
Hazel has been delivering factual and engaging storytelling through walking tours for over eight years. With over 1,500 tours under her belt, Hazel aims to provide a unique London experience to all.
Hazel's tour guiding skills have earned her numerous awards, including the Tour Guiding Excellence Award and Best Christmas Tours in London. She is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors and an honorary member of The Leaders Council.
She hosts the 'London History' podcast, ranked in the top 1% of podcasts listened to globally and has been a guest on BBC London Radio, BBC Songs of Praise, Channel 5's Walking Wartime Britain, Yesterday Channel's The Architecture the Railways Built and Secrets of the London Underground, NPO's Het Rampjaar 1672 and Arte.fr's Invitation au voyage.

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