Historic Royal Palaces
Challenge Key Stage 2 students to step back in time and uncover stories of the palaces while developing important skills and having fun.
These games will help students to:
Go back in time to help plan a feast for Henry VIII. Step into the shoes of a Tudor to avoid being caught as an imposter.
All of history has been jumbled up. Unscramble the stories of the Tower and find out when in history they took place.
Join author Antonia Fraser as she discusses her biography of nineteenth-century poet, pamphleteer and beauty Caroline Norton, once a grace and favour resident.
24 May 2021
Hampton Court Palace
Separate ticket (advance booking required)
Renaissance Prince or terrible Tudor? Who was the real Henry VIII?
It is known as an infamous prison, but it wasn't built to be one
Henry VIII's fifth wife: young queen beheaded for adultery
Written by Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces, this book explores Hampton Court Palace's rich history.
Crowns and coronets are symbolic of royalty and this red crown decoration is the perfect way to remember your visit to the palace.
Take home your very own knight in shining armour with this Henry VIII hanging decoration.