Executed Queens Tour Day 6 – Photos

Posted By on June 15, 2012

I don’t have Tim’s diary entry from yesterday yet as he had a late night with it being the group’s last night at Hever Castle and the last night of the tour. I do know, however, that they visited the Tower of London and then, after their evening banquet, went to the King Henry VIII pub in the village.

This morning, the group check out of Hever Castle and say their farewells. It’s a sad moment but I know that they have enjoyed themselves and they will have happy memories of the tour.

You can see photos from yesterday’s visit to the Tower of London at


The first fiew are of Greenwich. Greenwich Palace no longer exists but the lawned area is where the tiltyard was and where that fateful May Day joust of 1536 took place.

2 thoughts on “Executed Queens Tour Day 6 – Photos”

  1. Dawn 1st says:

    Lovely photographs, brought back memories of my visit last April. I don’t remember the statue of the chained polar? bear though!! Though I think no matter how many times you visit the Tower, Hampton Court etc, there will always be something you never spotted before, even a smaller place like Hever will always have some ‘new’ little hidden gem to reveal to you too…
    It looked like a wonderful trip, all the memories will make up for having to leave Hever behind.

  2. Laureen says:

    Thank you so much for photos! Visited the Tower last October and these photos brought back many memories. 🙂 Laureen

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