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Discover 'art deco' at Eltham Palace

Published: Thursday 28th of August 2008

Visitors to London can learn about the past in more ways than one with a visit to Eltham Palace.

Those using their London Pass to gain entry to the palace on September 14th can not only visit the attraction, but will also have the opportunity to take a stroll around an Art Deco Fair.

Taking place in the palace grounds, the Art Deco Fair is the perfect place to buy a special souvenir of London.

The fair, which starts at 10:00 BST, features dozens of stalls selling everything from 1930s furniture to jewellery.

Well known as a "masterpiece of 20th century design", Eltham Palace is a unique London attraction, boasting an exquisite art deco-inspired interior.

As well as visiting the palace, London Pass holders can also explore the grounds of the attraction, where a medieval bridge and sunken rose garden can be found.

Constructed in 1936, Eltham Palace stands bedside the remains of Henry VIII's childhood home.

Visitors to Eltham Palace can gain entry to the venue using their London Pass.

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