Discovering Tudor London : A Journey Back in Time
This engaging and practical travel guide takes you on a journey through the best of Tudor London, to sites built and associated with this fascinating dynasty, and to the museums and galleries that house tantalising treasures from this rich period of history. Join the author as she explores evocative historical sites, including the magnificent great hall of Eltham Palace, the most substantial surviving remnant of the medieval palace where Henry VIII spent time as a child, and the lesser-known delights of St Helen's Church, dubbed the 'Westminster Abbey of the City' for its impressive collection of Tudor monuments. A range of photographs, maps and visitor information, together with an informative narrative, bring the most intriguing personalities and stories of the thirty plus sites across Greater London vividly to life. This a must have companion for both those planning their own 'Tudor pilgrimage' and for the armchair traveller alike.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 122 x 210 x 15.24mm | 340.19g
- 01 Dec 2017
- The History Press Ltd
- Stroud, United Kingdom
- 75 Illustrations, black and white
The perfect book for Tudor geeks and history lovers alike! Discovering Tudor London is easy to use and full of hidden historical gems. It's more than just your average guidebook, as you get to share in Natalie's Tudor knowledge and hear the stories behind each site. An invaluable book for those who want to walk in the footsteps of the most famous legends of British history! -- Hayley Nolan
About Natalie Grueninger
NATALIE GRUENINGER is an author and researcher, and the founder and editor of On the Tudor Trail, a website devoted to sixteenth-century England that welcomes between 25,000 and 30,000 visitors per month. She is the author of In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn and In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII.