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Outdoor trails at Eltham Palace contain "fact and fun"
Published: Sunday 24th of August 2008
Visitors to London taking part in the Eltham Palace outdoor trails can learn about historical facts in a fun way, it has been claimed.
According to News Shopper, the medieval trail is one of several summer trails available in August.
Perfect for families on holidays in London, to receive a chocolate reward, visitors to Eltham Palace must answer questions and unravel.
Children and adults will find themselves learning about the middle ages in a "wildly imaginative" fashion.
The medieval trail is one of three scheduled at Eltham Palace, the other two being the Tudor trail and the Art Deco trail.
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