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Tudor Legacies- THE LEGACY CONTINUES

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  • Date:
  • 3 May
  • Time:
  • 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    • Venue
    • The Stable Yard

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3 May @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

We are looking forward to welcoming back the Tudor Legacies- a living history group of Tudor enthusiasts.

The King is dead!

The rulership of infamous King Henry VIII has come to an end with his demise in 1547 but the House of Tudor is set to continue. From one royal court full of scheming, scandal and beheadings to the next, the reign of Edward VI through to Elizabeth I offer further compelling intrigue into England’s Royal Tudor history.

How old was Edward VI when he succeeded to the throne? Why was Lady Jane Grey called ‘the nine day’s Queen’? How did Mary I earn the unfortunate nickname ‘bloody Mary’? And why was Elizabeth I considered one of England’s greatest monarchs?

Including Mary Queen of Scots with her dramatic life full of politics, incarceration and tragedy. William Cecil 1st Baron Burghley, chief advisor of Elizabeth I and the most powerful non-royal figure in Elizabethan England and Wales. Along with the popular ladies of Elizabeth I ‘s Court, Bess Hardwick, Lettice Knollys and Elizabeth Throckmorton, noble women with their own captivating stories to tell.

Come and meet these fascinating historical figures and find out for yourselves.

11am – Stable Yard

1:30pm – Outside Hatfield House

3:00pm – Palace Green

  • Woodland Walks & Park:
  • CLOSED (OPEN THURS-SUN)
  • Restaurant:
  • OPEN 9am-5pm
  • Stable Yard:
  • OPEN
  • West Garden:
  • CLOSED (OPEN THURS-SUN)
  • Hatfield House:
  • CLOSED - OPEN FROM 3RD JUNE
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