Eltham Palace

  • About
    Combining Art Deco and ocean liner style, Eltham Palace is a stunning masterpiece of twentieth-century design. Textile magnates Stephen and Virginia Courtauld built their glamorous London showpiece in 1936, next to the remains of a medieval royal palace which was originally Henry VIII's boyhood home. The dining room features pink leather upholstered chairs and black-and-silver doors, portraying animals and birds from London Zoo. The Courtaulds' home movie is another delight, showing them relaxing with their pet lemur. Discover many enticing features in the nineteen acres of surrounding gardens, including a sunken rose garden and medieval bridge.

    Open
    1 Apr-31 Oct 10am-5pm Mon, Tue, Wed, & Sun.

    1 Nov-23 Dec 11am-4pm Mon, Tue, Wed, & Sun.

    Closed 24 Dec-2 Feb

    3 Feb-20 Mar 11am-4pm Mon, Tue, Wed, & Sun.

    Adult:£7.90
    Children:£4.00
    Concession:£5.90
    English Heritage Members:Free
  • Address
    Off Court Road
    Greenwich
    London
    SE9 5QE

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