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View from Anne Boleyn's bedroom Hever Castle

View from Anne Boleyn's bedroom Hever Castle (Natalie Grueninger 'On the Tudor Trail')

Hever Castle - History, Rooms & Tours

The Morning Room was a private retiring room in the Tudor period. The panelling…

Entrance Hall in Hever Castle- Anne Boleyn's home. The oldest part of the castle dates to 1270, was converted into a manor in 1462, and in the 20th c. was restored.

Entrance Hall in Hever Castle- Anne Boleyn's home. The oldest part of the castle dates to was converted into a manor in and in the c. was restored.

HEVER - Oratory Chapel Hidden in The Waldergrave Room   The Catholic Waldegrave family owned Hever Castle from 1557 until 1715. In 1584 the Oratory was added to this room, hidden behind panelling so Sir Edward could practice his faith in secret. Henry Waldegrave, married an illegitimate daughter of James II. When James fled to France in 1688, Henry followed him in support of the Jacobite Cause

The Oratory hidden in the Waldegrave Room at Hever Castle, a hidden gem. Home of Anne Boleyn.

The main staircase in Blickling Hall, Norfolk, UK, birthplace of Anne Boleyn

[ The main staircase in Blickling Hall, Norfolk, UK, birthplace of Anne Boleyn ] . I have always been a fan of the large portrait paintings =].

Katherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel      To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor that looks onto the Quire. Was originally built for Katherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present. This is where Katherine Parr sat and watched Henry VIII’s funeral service and burial that occurred below.    To the left is a stone window that opens into the raised chapel of Edward IV's Chantry

Catherine of Aragon’s window (upper right) in St George’s Chapel, Windsor. Her pomegranate emblem is still present.

Catherine Of Aragons balcony. St. Georges Chapel. - St George's Chapel is the place of worship at Windsor Castle in England, United Kingdom. It is both a royal peculiar and the chapel of the Order of the Garter.

Catherine of Aragon's window in St George's Chapel To the right is a wooden oriel window in St George’s Chapel, Windsor that looks onto the Quire. This was originally built for Catherine of Aragon, whose pomegranate emblem is still present.

Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stayed during their west country progress of 1535.

Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stayed during their west country progress of

Tower green - the scaffold site This is where Henry VIII had wives Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and many others executed. Lady Jane Grey was executed on this spot as well, and their bodies are buried under the altar of the church pictured here, the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.

Tower green - the scaffold site - where Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and Lady Jane Grey were executed.

Anne Boleyn's Cottages Wendover, Buckinghamshire. Tradition is these cottages were given to Anne Boleyn as a wedding present from Henry VIII.

Aprently these cottages were given to Anne Boleyn as a wedding present from Henry VIII.

Hever Castle's "Haunted House Story" The ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to return to her old home at Hever Castle, where every Christmas Eve she is seen to walk over the bridge which crosses the River Eden in the castle grounds. The great oak, under which Henry VIII courted Anne, still stands. Her ghost has been seen there as well, usually at Christmas time. Another ghost at Hever is that of a local farmer, called Humphrey, who was robbed and killed there.

Hever Castle's "Haunted House Story" The ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to return…

THORNBURY CASTLE - THE DOOR TO THE BEDCHAMBER WHERE HENRY VIII AND ANNE BOLEYN SLEPT.

Thornbury Castle was confiscated by King Henry VIII of England, who stayed at the castle for ten days in August 1535 with his queen, Anne Boleyn. This is the door to their bedchamber.

Hever Castle courtyard. Where they actually filmed the scene from the movie Anne of The Thousand Days.

The little courtyard inside Hever castle in Kent. Top picture is from the 1969 film 'Anne of the Thousand Days', which was partly filmed at the castle. Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn looks down at King Henry arriving in the castle.

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