The second marriage of King Henry VIII would change the course of British history, and this delightful short break in Kent draws on the insight and expertise of your Guide Lecturer, Dr Elizabeth Norton, to tell the turbulent and tragic story of the early 1530s in the most fascinating way, with a particular focus on the life of Anne Boleyn.
- View personal belongings and the bed chamber of Anne Boleyn at her childhood home, Hever Castle
- Visit Leeds Castle, ‘the loveliest castle in the world’, where Anne took her place in the court of Henry’s first queen, Catherine of Aragon
- Learn more about the split with Rome at Canterbury’s iconic cathedral
British historian, Dr Elizabeth Norton, has written twelve books on the Tudors, including The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor and The Lives of Tudor Women. She has also edited the only source book on Anne Boleyn.
Tour organised by Andante Travels.