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Your Tudor Day Kenilworth Castle

Your Tudor Day Kenilworth Castle

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Are you looking for some Tudor-themed inspiration for a day out or a weekend away? Our selection of mini--guides might just be the answer. They take you into the nooks and crannies of some key Tudor Places in England. 

Do you want to explore Dover or Sudeley or Kenilworth Castles? - Grab one of my 'Tudor Day Out' Guides, dive deep into their history, and learn what you must not miss during your visit.

Always wanted to understand the hidden Hampton Court Palace? See my 'Tudor Day Out' mini-guide to Hampton Court.

Or maybe you have a weekend in London coming up? Combine a visit to Hampton Court with two other locations that are well-off the usual tourist trail.

Perhaps you prefer to spend your weekend getting out of the city and into the country? Then why not try my weekend guide to explore one of my favourite English counties, home to three hand-picked Tudor-related places to visit as described in the 'Your Tudor Weekend Suffolk' guide.


IN THIS MINI-GUIDE: Your Tudor Day Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth Castle, in Warwickshire, is one of the most iconic places associated with Elizabeth I, who visited there on several occasions. However, perhaps the best known of these was in 1575, when her long-time friend and companion, Robert Dudley, Earl of Warwick and owner of Kenilworth, threw a spectacular party in her honour.

In this digital mini-guide, you can follow in the queen's footsteps as she arrives at the castle and re-imagine the building at the height of its glory!

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A Recreation of Henry VIII's Presence Chamber at Greenwich Palace

A collaboration between The Tudor Travle Guide and Artist Kathryn Holeman to bring to life one of the key interriors of Henry VIII's reign...the King's Presence Chamber at Greenwich Palace.