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The great Tudor trail at Eltham Palace

Published: Tuesday 24th of June 2008

Visitors to London can learn about the Tudor history of Britain with a trip to Eltham Palace this summer.

London pass holders will be exempt from the ticket prices of £5.10 for adults and £2.60 for children and it is indeed children who will perhaps gain the most from this experience.

Tourists to London can explore the medieval history of Eltham Palace by following a trail laid out across the grounds of the palace.

The building, which is a London landmark, was used as a royal residence between the 14th and 16th centuries.

During the 1930s the property underwent restoration work and includes evidence of Art Deco now, LondonTown notes.

On the Eltham Palace Tudor trail, families can see the Tudor touches in the landscaped gardens, the moat and the hunting grounds.

London Pass holders can receive free entry to Eltham Palace.

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