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  • Explore Eltham Palace and Gardens

    Explore Eltham Palace and Gardens

    Explore Eltham Palace and Gardens
    The childhood home of Henry VIII and an Art Deco delight.

    Part showpiece of Art Deco design and part medieval royal palace Eltham Palace was created for millionaires Stephen and Virginia Courtauld. The fabulous 1930s mansion is attached to a medieval hall which is all that remains of the original palace.

    The Gardens are a full 19 acres of glorious rolling green and bloom and well worth an afternoon all to themselves. There are often exciting events for kids and adults alike so keep an eye on the website for detaills!

    * The grounds at Eltham Palace are open for local visitors and Members within government guidelines.  You will need to book in advance and we ask that everyone please bear in mind the government’s latest advice on essential journeys before you visit.  All interior spaces will be closed but the gardens remain open.  Please see Eltham Palace’s website for more information.