It’s the 1940s, and despite the Second World War, Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, are doing their best to host their guests.

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It’s the 1940s, and despite the Second World War, Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, are doing their best to host their guests at Eltham Palace. Join them as they make the most of life on the home front and have a go at a range of fun-filled activities. There may be a war going on but you can still have fun!

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£17.30 per ticket
Child (Ages 5-17)£10.40 per ticket
Concession£15.60 per ticket
Family (1 Adult)£27.70 per family
Family (2 Adults)£45.00 per family

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1940s Day Out At Eltham Palace

Type:Summer highlights

Eltham Palace and Gardens, Court Yard, Eltham, London, SE9 5QE
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