Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots
c.1620-38 Daniel Mytens Presumably painted for Charles I. My personal theory is that this portrait uses as its model Charles I's niece, Elizabeth, the daughter of his sister Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia. 3791576353/in/set-72157621948306318/
Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace
Henry VIII's banqueting hall, covered in original tapestries. When we went, they were celebrating the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's accession to the throne, and they had reenactments of his wedding to Kateryn Parr. I don't believe the Hall is usually decked out like this. We were lucky! (And if I lived in London, I'd be at this place every weekend, if not more often.) Hampton Court Palace.
9 Bizarre Objects Owned by Henry VIII
After Henry VIII died in 1547, a full inventory of his possessions was commissioned in London. Here are some of the stranger items on the list. 9 Bizarre Objects Owned By Henry VIII | Mental Floss
Ceiling, Anne Boleyn's Gateway
Note the 'HA' (Henry Tudor/Anne Boleyn) emblem in the top right and bottom left. These escaped being removed after Anne Boleyn's execution for adultery and treason in May 1536. After her death, all traces of her were removed from Henry VIII's sight- except for these course!