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Exterior of Banqueting House
Things to see

Walk in the footsteps of the condemned King and stand on the spot of Charles I's execution, just outside Banqueting House.

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Banqueting House

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Photograph of the Banqueting House's stone front architecture
Things to see

Find out what remains of Whitehall – known as one of the first examples of Palladianism in British architecture.

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Banqueting House

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Photograph of visitors in the main hall of the Banqueting House
Things to see

Experience James I's breathtaking Banqueting Hall, created in 1622 as a venue for extravagant Jacobean entertainments.

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Banqueting House

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The Tudor Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace, showing the Abraham Tapestries and the room set out for day visitors.
Things to see

Experience the splendour of the Tudor court in Henry VIII's Great Hall, complete with his magnificent tapestries.

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Hampton Court Palace

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Orange and red tulips in the central bed of Fountain Court, surrounding the fountain.
Things to see

Designed by Christopher Wren, explore the elegant baroque architecture of Fountain Court.

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Hampton Court Palace

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Visitors on a Yeoman Warder tour Spring 2022
Things to see Tours and talks

Discover captivating stories of pain and passion, treachery and torture with our Yeoman Warder tours at the Tower of London.

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Tower of London

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View of the White Tower exterior

The Jewish History of the Medieval Tower of London

World-famous as a royal fortress and prison, the Tower of London is also one of the most substantial standing remains of medieval England’s Jewish history. From the mid-twelfth century to the expulsion of the Anglo-Jewry in 1290, the Tower was both a place of imprisonment and of refuge for hundreds of Jews.

Conservation research

Examples of conservation research projects at Historic Royal Palaces.