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Eltham Palace and Gardens

The history of Eltham Palace in Greenwich goes back several centuries, given to Edward II in 1305 by the then Bishop of Durham. From the 14th to the 16th century the Palace was used frequently by royalty who would visit to hunt in the surrounding grounds. The current house was built on the site of the original property, which also features the third largest hammerbeam roof in England.

Eltham Palace fell into a state of disrepair until the mid-90s when English Heritage were given care of the Palace and have since restored the house to its former glory. The 1930's art-deco gives you the chance to immersive yourself in decadent surroundings and imagine the many soirees that took place there.

 

Court Yard
Eltham
Greenwich
London
SE9 5QE

Tel: 020 8294 2548
Opening Times: Open Sundays only 10am-4pm
Charges:
Adult : £9.60
Child : £5.80
Senior Citizen: £8.60
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