|January 1, 2009||to||August 3, 2009|
See surprising and unusual portraits of each of Henry VIII’s wives which have been brought together for the first time at Hampton Court Palace along with some of their personal objects. Joining these portraits are two of the most important paintings of Henry’s daughters, Mary I and Elizabeth I.
Other items on display range from a lock of Kateryn Parr’s hair to the music book written for Anne Boleyn by one of her alleged lovers. The exhibition will be hosted in King Henry VIII’s Council Chamber which will be open to the public for the first time.
Entrance to this temporary exhibition is included in your standard admission ticket to Hampton Court Palace
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Hampton Court Palace