with Eleri Lynn
Updated 2 July. Following government guidance, some of the outdoor spaces at Hampton Court Palace are now open Wednesday-Sunday. Palace interiors will reopen 17 July. The Magic Garden and Maze remain closed. Please read our visit information
Eleri Lynn is a curator of the dress collection at Historic Royal Palaces, where she cares for a collection of 10,000 items dating back to the sixteenth century. Her new book Tudor Textiles is released in April to mark the 500th anniversary of the Field of Cloth of Gold and the lavish tapestries and textiles of Hampton Court Palace generally. Tracy Borman will introduce this special evening in the Great Hall.
In light of the current situation regarding COVID-19 coronavirus, these events have now been cancelled.
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Immerse yourself in Tudor history as we reunite stunning works of art, gold, weapons, manuscripts and clothing from the Field of Cloth of Gold, Henry VIII's legendary encounter with his great rival François I of France.
Hampton Court Palace
Included in palace admission (members go free)
In our home section you will find stylish lifestyle home accessories and furnishings, including cushions, tapestries, ornaments and much more which will add those finishing touches to make your room complete.
Choose from our stunning collection of jewellery, including pieces inspired by the palaces and the people who lived in them. These beautiful collections include necklaces, rings, earrings, charm bracelets, bangles and pendants.