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Built by Cardinal Wolsey in the early 16th century and later owned by King Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace occupies a beautiful riverside site southwest of London. The palace was once the centre of royal and political life in England, w...more info
2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death in 1997, and Historic Royal Palaces are celebrating her life with an exhibition and commemorative garden.
Kensington Palace was a place of unique significance in the life ...more info
Tyntesfield is a Victorian Gothic Revival County house with an arboretum, walled kitchen garden and rolling parkland overlooking the Land Yeo Valley.
On our return we travelling along the scenic route between Clevedon and Portish...more info
For only two months of the year, the 19 State Rooms used by the Queen and her family are open to the public. Take this opportunity to visit these lavishly furnished rooms with some of the finest treasures from the Royal Collection. Also ...more info
Our tour begins in the garden where we can see the formal planting added at the front of the house in 2004-5 by The Prince of Wales in memory of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. It was laid out to His Royal Highness&rsq...more info
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