Families are invited to spend an exclusive evening in the magical Eltham Palace, the childhood home of Henry VIII. Enjoy a hearty supper, a late-night tour and a storytelling session before bed, and then a full English breakfast the next morning. Steeped in history, Eltham Palace is one of London's secret wonders, a captivating blend of 1930s art deco decadence and classic medievalism.
Restored by English Heritage, this fantastic house boasts Britain's finest Art Deco interior and offers visitors the chance to indulge in the opulence of 1930s Britain whilst at the same time experiencing the solidity and symbolism of medieval London. Eltham Palace began to evolve during the 15th century when Edward IV commissioned the Great Hall, which survives today as a testament to the craftsmanship of the period. More about Eltham Palace
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The best museums, galleries, attractions near Great Hall Sleepover
Eltham Palace London > Attractions > Historic Buildings Court Yard, off Court Road, SE9 |
Same location as Great Hall Sleepover Restored by English Heritage, this fantastic house boasts Britain's finest Art Deco interior and offers visitors the chance to indulge in the opulence of 1930s Britain ...More
The best shops and markets near Great Hall Sleepover
WH Smith London > Shopping > Books 92 High Street, Eltham, SE9 |
4 minutes from Great Hall Sleepover A branch of Smiths is a fixture of practically every high street up and down the country. The chain sells stationery, magazines, books, greeting cards, gifts, ...More
Boots London > Shopping > Health and Beauty 96-104 Eltham High Street, SE9 |
4 minutes from Great Hall Sleepover Britain’s largest pharmacy chain. Stocks prescription and over-the-counter drugs as well as a comprehensive range of health and beauty products. It also develops photographs at in-store ...More
Iceland London > Shopping > Food and Drink Shops 132 High Sreet Eltham, SE9 |
6 minutes from Great Hall Sleepover Iceland is a cheap, major national supermarket chain specialising in frozen foods. It offers good, multi-buy deals on frozen meals, fresh snacks and alcoholic drinks. It ...More
What are the best dining options near Great Hall Sleepover London?
Eltham Lodge London > Restaurants > British restaurants The Clubhouse, Royal Blackheath GC, SE9 |
2 minutes from Great Hall Sleepover Eltham Lodge is a Grade I-listed building set in 110 acres of beautifully-landscaped parkland. It maintains many original features and houses the historical Royal Blackheath Golf ...More
Pizza Hut London > Restaurants > Italian restaurants 190 High Street, SE9 |
6 minutes from Great Hall Sleepover Cheap and cheerful pizza chain. Serves an array of thin crust and deep pan American style pizzas, as well as pasta dishes and salads. Family friendly, ...More
The Trafalgar Tavern London > Nightlife > Pubs Park Row, SE10 |
3.4 miles from Great Hall Sleepover The pub achieved notoriety selling whitebait (still on the menu) but now the Trafalgar Tavern is a refreshment point for the capital's many visitors. It's hardly ...More
Gipsy Moth London > Nightlife > Pubs 60 Greenwich Church Street, SE10 |
3.5 miles from Great Hall Sleepover in the shadow of the Cutty Sark , the grade I listed pub the Gipsy Moth has a large outdoor seating area, ...More
Jam Circus London > Nightlife > Pubs 330-332 Brockley Road, SE4 |
3.8 miles from Great Hall Sleepover After a fire gutted the building in December 2012, Jam Circus re-opens on 7th November 2013 welcoming back Brockley drinkers with its wide selection of ales, ...More
Where to have your meeting, conference, exhibition, private dining or training course near Great Hall Sleepover.
Eltham Palace London > Business > Venue Hire Court Yard, Off Court Rd, SE9 |
Same location as Great Hall Sleepover Restored by English Heritage, this fantastic house offers visitors the chance to indulge in the opulence of 1930s Britain whilst at the same time experiencing the ...More