Buckingham Palace - The Queens Palaces Buckingham Palace
The Queen has three official residences - the best known, Buckingham Palace; the oldest, Windsor Castle; and the most romantic, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Amon...
Henry VIII's kitchens at Hampton Court Palace
The kitchens of Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace are the largest surviving Renaissance kitchens in Europe. Occupying nearly one third of the ground floor o...
Children's Party at the Palace
The Children's Party at the Palace was an event organized by Peter Orton of Hit Entertainment and David Johnstone of DJI consult, held at Buckingham Palace Garden on 25 June 2006 in honour of the 80th...
Charles Dickens Museum
The Charles Dickens Museum is at 48 Doughty Street in Holborn, London Borough of Camden, England. It occupies a typical Georgian terraced house which was Charles Dickens' home from 25 March 1837 (a ye...
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Boy Peeling Fruit (Caravaggio)
Boy Peeling Fruit is a painting by the Italian Baroque master Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610) painted circa 1592-1593. This is the earliest known work by Caravaggio, painted soon after h...
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The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew
The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew is a painting by the Italian Baroque master Caravaggio. It takes its theme from a passage in the Gospel of Matthew describing the moment when Christ called the t...
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Pitzhanger Manor
Pitzhanger Manor House, in Ealing (west London), was owned from 1800 to 1810 by the architect John Soane, who radically rebuilt it. Soane intended it as a country villa for entertaining and eventually...
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Wesley's Chapel
0°5′13″W / 51.52361°N 0.08694°W / 51.52361; -0.08694Wesley's Chapel is a Methodist church in London which was built by John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement. The ...
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Red House (London)
Red House is a significant Arts and Crafts building located in the town of Bexleyheath in Southeast London, England. Co-designed in 1859 by the architect Philip Webb and the designer William Morris, ...
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Marble Hill House
0°18′48″W / 51.44944°N 0.31333°W / 51.44944; -0.31333Marble Hill House is a Palladian villa built between 1724 and 1729 in Twickenham in the London Borough of Richmond upon Th...
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Hampton Court Beauties
The Hampton Court Beauties are a series of portraits by Sir Godfrey Kneller, commissioned by Queen Mary II of England, depicting the most glamorous ladies from the court of William III. They adorn the...
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The boy Jones
Edward Jones (1824 – December 26, 1893), or The Boy Jones, as he was called by the British newspapers of the early Victorian era, was a notorious intruder into Buckingham Palace between 1838 and 1841....
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace (/ˈbʌkɪŋəm/ /ˈpælɪs/) is the London residence and principal workplace of the monarchy of the United Kingdom. Located in the City of Westminster, the palace is often at the centre of ...
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Freud Museum
0°10′40″W / 51.54833°N 0.17778°W / 51.54833; -0.17778The Freud Museum in London is a museum dedicated to Sigmund Freud, who lived there with his family during the last year of...
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Rainham Hall
Rainham Hall is a Georgian house owned by the National Trust in the centre of Rainham in London Borough of Havering. Built in 1729 for John Harle, a merchant and sea-captain, the Grade II* listed buil...
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Ham House
Ham House is situated beside the River Thames in Ham, south of Richmond in London. It is claimed by the National Trust to be "unique in Europe as the most complete survival of 17th century fashion and...
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Royal Mews
A Royal Mews is a mews (i.e. combined stables, carriage house and in recent times also the garage) of the British Royal Family. In London the Royal Mews has occupied two main sites, formerly at Charin...
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Whitehall (Sutton)
Whitehall is a Tudor period, timber-framed, Grade II* listed historic house museum in the centre of Cheam Village, Sutton, Greater London built around 1500. Thought to have been a wattle and daub yeom...
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Osterley Park
Osterley Park is a mansion set in a large park of the same name. It is in the London Borough of Hounslow, part of the western suburbs of London. When the house was built it was surrounded by rural c...
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Hampton Court Conference
The Hampton Court Conference was a meeting in January 1604, convened at Hampton Court Palace, for discussion between King James I of England and representatives of the Church of England, including lea...
7 Hammersmith Terrace
7 Hammersmith Terrace is a historic house in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, England, and the former home of English engraver and printer Emery Walker. Walker was an important figure in ...
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Carlyle's House
Carlyle's House, in the district of Chelsea, in central London, England, was the home acquired by the historian and philosopher Thomas Carlyle and his wife Jane Welsh Carlyle, after having lived at C...
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Southside House
Southside House is a 17th-century house located on the south side of Wimbledon Common. (grid reference TQ2370)It is Grade II listedThe house was built for Robert Pennington, who had shared Charles II'...
Michael Fagan incident
Michael Fagan (born 8 August 1948) is a notable Buckingham Palace intruder who broke into the palace and entered the Queen's bedroom in 1982. The incident was one of the 20th-century's worst royal sec...
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Linley Sambourne House
0°11′49″W / 51.500472°N 0.19694°W / 51.500472; -0.1969418 Stafford Terrace formerly known as Linley Sambourne House was the home of the Punch illustrator Edward Linley Sambour...
Eltham Palace
Eltham Palace is a large house in Eltham, within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, South East London, England. It is an unoccupied royal residence and owned by the Crown Estate. In 1995 its management w...
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Fenton House
Fenton House is a 17th-century merchant's house in Hampstead in North London which belongs to the National Trust, bequeathed to them in 1952 by Lady Binning, its last owner and resident. It is a detac...
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Hampton Court Park
Hampton Court Park – sometimes called the Home Park – is adjacent to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens in South London, United Kingdom, mostly lying within East Molesey, with a smaller area...
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Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, in the historic county of Middlesex, and within the postal town East Molesey, Surrey; it has not b...
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2 Willow Road
2 Willow Road is part of a terrace of three houses in Hampstead, London designed by architect Ernő Goldfinger and completed in 1939. It has been managed by the National Trust since 1995 and is open to...
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