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Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace; a pre y village church where you witness an
outstanding act of medieval piety; Loseley House, an Elizabethan manor house in
Surrey. Tudor inns where Peter the Great of Russia, Tsar Alexander 1, King Frederick
William of Prussia and Edward IV stayed.
Christ's Hospital Public School near Horsham in West Sussex founded in London in
1553. Polesden Lacy in Surrey where George VI and the 'Queen Mum' spent their
honeymoon; a peaceful village church which has a rare 12th century wall-painting of the
'Seven Deadly Sins'. Hever Castle in Kent where Henry VIII courted the ill- fated Anne
Leeds Castle in Kent, the 'loveliest castle in the world'. A mediaeval inn visited by
'Good Queen Bess'- an old non-conformist meeting house where Benjamin Franklin
worshipped. Benenden School, where the Princess Royal was educated. The village
green in Sussex where, under the 1,000 year old oak tree, Queen Elizabeth I had a
picnic in 1573. The Mermaid Inn in mediaeval Rye with its steep cobbled streets.
Winchelsea near Rye, founded as a 'new town' in the 13th century. A beautifully located
village in Sussex where a former minister was a member of the Virginia Expedition of
1606. The 'Long Man of Wilmington' is 226 'high'. A charming 15th century manor
house in Sussex, associated with Elizabeth I, Charles II and 'Sherlock Holmes'.
The oldest Quaker Meeting House in the world where William Penn worshipped for 15
years. A Saxon church in Sussex with superb mediaeval wall-paintings. Parham
House, a mansion begun in 1577, with Sir Francis Drake associations. A 16th century
village inn where, in 1651, Charles II secretly hid from Cromwell's troops. Arundel
Castle, the 11th century stronghold of the hereditary Dukes of Norfolk.
Petworth House in Sussex with its 2,000 acre deer park, landscaped by Capability
Brown. Midhurst, a favourite haunt of Elizabeth I and Cowdray Park, where Prince
Charles often plays polo. Goodwood House near Chichester was bought by the first
Duke of Richmond who was the son of Charles II and a French female spy!
The pre y fishing village of Bosham in Sussex is associated with King Canute and King
Harold II of the West Saxons who was defeated at the Ba le of Hastings in 1066.
Winchester, ancient capital of Saxon and Norman England is associated with both King
Arthur and King Alfred the Great and has a magnificent 11th century cathedral. The
village of Dummer in Hampshire is the birthplace of Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of