Guided tours of Old Palace, Croydon, Oct 24-27

The undercroft of the Tudor buildings at Old Palace, open later this month

The final chance this year to tour Croydon’s Old Palace, the historic former home of the Archbishops of Canterbury for more than five centuries, is later this month.

With the school which now occupies much of the site on half-term, guided tours organised by the Friends group take place around the Old Palace, once a favourite stopping-off point for Elizabeth I, on October 24, 25, 26 and 27.

Admission is £7 for adults, £6 for over-60s and £3 for under-16s.

To book and for further details, visit the Friends of Old Palace website here.

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