Those Terrible Tudors Tour - Mirandus Tours

Those Terrible Tudors Tour

The Tudor dynasty, although relatively short at 115 years, is probably the most talked about in English history. It was certainly a tumultuous time, full of plots and rebellion, yet also a time of great cultural advancement.

Writers such as Hilary Mantel (Wolf Hall) and Philippa Gregory (The Other Boleyn Girl) have become wildly popular as they convey this sense of intrigue and betrayal.

A few, well preserved, buildings still survive from Tudor times and provide us with fascinating glimpses into the past including:

  • The final resting place of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty, as well as his two granddaughters who both went on to become Queen
  • The Tudor Palace where Henry VIII courted Anne Boleyn, had Catherine Howard arrested and married Catherine Parr
  • The place of execution and final resting place for Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard
  • The spectacular Tudor Palace which is still today the official residence of the Sovereign

Despite Henry VIII being probably the most famous King in British history, there is only one small statue of him in the whole of London. The statue stands outside St Bartholomew’s Hospital, also the place where Sherlock Holmes first meets Dr. Watson.

  • 4 hour tour
    £ 400 (1-4 people)
    £ 420 (5-7 people)
  • 9 hour tour
    £ 595 (1-4 people)
    £ 625 (5-7 people)

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King Henry VII
Tower of London: Scaffold Site

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