Our list of Anne Boleyn places reaches 20!

I first created On the Tudor Trail because of my interest (or obsession some would say…) with Anne Boleyn and the Tudors. When researching my Tudor Pilgrimage trip that I went on last year I scoured the internet for a resource that listed Anne Boleyn related places that I could visit on my trip. What I found was lots of short lists outlining the places I already knew about but no extensive list that detailed those places we don’t automatically associate with Anne. As a result of not finding this ‘magic list’ I dedicated myself to researching the places myself and making them available here on my website for other Anne Boleyn fans. I am so happy to say that I have now listed 20 Anne Boleyn related places! And the even better news is that I still have more locations on my ‘to do’ list. I have really enjoyed researching these stately homes, chapels, parks and churches and hope they help other people in following in the foot steps of Anne Boleyn.

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  1. elizabeth pegg says:

    DO YOU HAVE THE LIST OF 20 PLACES WHERE ANNE HAS BEEN KNOWN TO VISIT? I WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO STAY IN THE DUKES BEDROOM AT THORNBURY CASTLE,WHERE HENRY AND ANNE SLEPT ON THEIR 1535 TOUR IF THE WEST COUNTRY.I COULDNT FIND MUCH INFO ON THE HISTORY OF THE CASTLE AND THIS VISIT. IT HAD BELONGED TO THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM WHO WAS BEHEADED EARLIER IN HENRY,S REIGN. I WONDERED IF THIS PLACE WAS ON YOUR LIST. THANKS

    • Hi Elizabeth,
      I sure do! I have spent the last year researching places still standing today with a connection to Anne Boleyn and I’m currently up to 20! The good news is that I have more to add. I was also lucky enough to stay in the Duke’s Bedchamber in Thornbury castle and loved every minute of it! You can read the entry here.
      To read all the places connected to Anne simply click on the ‘Anne Boleyn places’ link in the top menu and that will lead you to the full list.
      Enjoy!

  2. Ii amTudor Spell bound I read everything about the Tudors. I would really love to read this book,Katherine of Aragon was a
    fascinating strong woman of her era.

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