Study Day Partnerships

The Normans

Examine the Tower buildings and documentary evidence to consider the roles and importance of the White Tower in Norman England.

Delivered in partnership with London Metropolitan Archives.

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Medieval

Investigate the Tower of London and consider how the fortress can aid their understanding of the turbulent years of the Angevin period.

Delivered in partnership with London Metropolitan Archives.

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Wars of the Roses and Henry VII

While the Wars of the Roses raged, the Tower of London was used as a symbol of legimate rule.

Delivered in partnership with London Metropolitan Archives.

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Civil War

Charles I's reign ushered a long and bloody civil war between the King and Parliament. Once again the Tower was one of the King's most important assets.

In partnership with the Royal Armouries.

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Wars of the Roses and Henry VII

While the Wars of the Roses raged, the Tower of London was used as a symbol of legitimate rule.

In partnership with National Portrait Gallery.

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Henry VIII

As a palace, a prison and a place of execution the Tower of London played a crucial role in re-shaping Henry VIII's England.

In partnership with National Portrait Gallery.

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Mid-Tudor Crisis

The Mid-Tudor period saw the stability of the monarchy thrown into question.

In partnership with National Portrait Gallery.

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Elizabeth I

Students will examine the Tower buildings and documentary evidence in order to support their understanding of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

In partnership with National Portrait Gallery.

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History and Archaeology

Explore methods of practical archaeology used to understand building remains and structures.

In partnership with Old Royal Naval College.

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