Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge
Time Out says
Immerse yourself in Tudor London at this extremely rare example of a 500-year-old timber-framed hunt still surrounded by its medieval hunting forest. Spread over three-stories, this unique building was built by Henry VIII in 1543 and later renovated by Elizabeth I. Explore the re-constructed kitchen on the ground floor, try on Tudor outfits on the first floor and up on the top floor see staggering views of Epping Forest. Plus, climb the stairs which legend says Queen Elizabeth rode her horse up.
8 Ranger's Road
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