In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, we travel to the surprising remains of an incredible Tudor building, tucked away in the suburbs of south London. A lesser known Tudor place, Croydon Palace is truly historical building with some fascinating Tudor artefacts.
Joined by our guides, Mary and Janice from The Friends of the Old Palace, we take a tour around the building, now an independent girls' school, to discover its Tudor past.
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guests: Mary Moore and Janice Barker
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions