February 8, 2010
Well Historic Royal Palaces (of whom I am a great fan) has some goodies up its sleeves for this year if you happen to be in the London area.
The Tower of London – 6th April to 31st – Prisoners of the Tower featuring the Tudor epoch. Learn why they were there, help them or applaud when they get what they deserve – again in Sept. and October – dates to be confirmed.
Same happening from 5th June to 31st July but you can also participate in “Beat the Block” Wo would you support? Who would you betray? What do you think about Henry VIII's new religion? But take care or you will be at the mercy of the Calais Hangman/executioner!
Tri`over to Hampton Court where 18th and 19th June, 3rd and 4th July, 7th and 8t and 28th to 30th August,4th and 5th September, 2nd and 3rd October, 6th and 7th November and 4th and 5th december learn all about Tudor cooking.
24th July – Weekend decidcated tp Jane Seymour
28th to 30th August – Weekend dedicated to Anne Boylen
As I said, am a great fan of Historic Royal Palaces – It is a charity organisation and also includes The Banqueting House, Kensington palace and Kew Palace and is full of wonderful ideas.
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