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The Execution of King Charles I

Tour with Siobhan Clarke

Tour with Siobhan Clarke

When

  • 26 January 2019
Two tours taking place at 10:30 and 12 noon in the Undercroft

Ticketing Info

Price: £15 

 

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The Banqueting House at Whitehall was central to the Stuart dynasty, its magnificent painted ceiling by Peter Paul Rubens celebrating a monarch’s divine right to rule. Join Siobhan Clarke to learn more about the war between King and Parliament and the execution of King Charles I at the Banqueting House on 30 January 1649.

Find out what happened to the regicides – the men who challenged Divine Right and dared to kill a king.

 

 

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