Discover life, clothing and customs during the sixteenth century at Cowdray Ruins.
The Ruins were in the sixteenth centuries one of the finest Tudor country houses in England and was visited by three Tudor monarchs. This talk with living history specialist Paul Ullson goes into details on how both the owners and the house expressed their wealth and royal connections through the lavish interior decoration and splendid stone work. The tours will include access to the front of Cowdray Ruins and The Tudor Kitchen. Please note there is no access to the rest of the site.
Join living history specialist Paul Ullson to discover history of Cowdray Ruins, from the foundation of Midhurst next to the Norman castle, to the building of one of the finest Tudor country houses in England, the tour reflects upon the history of the area and the people who lived at Cowdray. Paul has recreated the sights and sounds of Cowdray’s historical past for many years, join Paul for one of his walks and talks on Cowdray Ruins.
Suitable for eight year olds and upwards.
Event organised by Cowdray Heritage Trust.
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