Eltham Palace (2): The Tudor Palace

Posted: March 9, 2018 in History, London, UK
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All that survived from the Medieval and Tudor palace at Eltham was the Great Hall and the foundations of other buildings which were later incorporated into the gardens of the 1930’s re-build.

The Great hall 1811

The Great Hall from an engraving of 1804

The Great Hall 1900

The Great Hall 1911

It was to this site that Stephen and Virginia Courtauld came in the early 1930’s to create their iconic home

The Great Hall today

Remains of Medieval palace in gardens

Remains of Medieval palace in gardens

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