State bedroom at Hampton Court, Hereforshire, circa Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Beds were such a luxury that middle class people had them in their receiving rooms or parlors vs bedrooms, using them as couches during the day.
The ornate ceiling of the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace. There are carvings of little figures in the eaves of the ceiling, believed to be able to listen in on all the gossip happening below at court. This is where the term "eavesdropper" was created.
The one Henry VIII forgot: A monogram of his initial and that of Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I's mother, at Hampton Court under the clock tower. When Anne was executed he ordered them all destroyed. But it was a rush job.
Chapel royal at Hampton court. The ghost of Katherine Howard, wife of Henry VIII, reportedly appears here. She escaped her apartments, where she was being held for crimes of treason & fled to meet Henry who was emerging from the chapel at the time