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LIVING_HISTORY_BANNER - Hatfield House
LIVING_HISTORY_BANNER - Hatfield House

Living History

For over twenty years Hatfield House’s Living History Project has offered an opportunity for schools studying the Tudors to have an audience with either Elizabeth I or Henry VIII and to meet a number of their respective courtiers.

The visit is centred in and and utilises the unique atmosphere of the Old Palace the childhood home of all three of Henry VIII’s children.

The project caters for all levels of study from Key Stage one to A Level.

For further details please visit Living History at www.livinghistoryhatfield.co.uk.

For further details please contact Gary Fisher
Tel: 077881 40572 / Email: info@livinghistoryhatfield.co.uk

 

 

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