Explore the court of high pleasure of King Henry VIII, as told by Sir Henry Guildford and his wife Mary Wotton.

Henry Guildford was the King's Master of the Revels who was involved with the organisation of the Field of the Cloth of Gold, which led to the lesser -known visit of Francis I to Greenwich in1527. We look at the oranisation behind these grand affairs that had a lasting political effect for Henry VIII, ushering in a decade of Anglo-French entente cordiale, providing a vital safety net for Henry's eventual divorce and break from Rome.


We reveal the theories and the tales as told by the great narrators of the time.

Crown Land
John Morton

A small sample of our many tudor artifacts . . .