The Wars of the Roses and the rise of a dynasty, Henry VIII’s six wives, the birth of the Church of England, problematic successions, the first queen to rule England in her own right, the Spanish Armada and the golden age of Elizabeth I – the Tudor era never fails to capture the imagination.
Can you spot signs of the Tudor times at Blickling Estate and Oxburgh Hall? Keep your eyes peeled for the ghost of Anne Boleyn.
Step back in time at Ightham Mote, Knole, Sissinghurst, The Vyne and Sutton House, and discover their Tudor tales.
From a celebrity at Hardwick Hall, to Canons Ashby's destruction during the dissolution of the monasteries, our places in the Midlands have some stories to tell about the Tudor times.
It's thought that a famous playwright once performed at Rufford Old Hall in Lancashire. Can you guess who?
Buckland Abbey in Devon was once home to the most famous mariner of the Tudor period. Explore this and other Tudor links in the South West.
Two of the places we look after in Wales - Tudor Merchant's House and Ty Mawr Wybrnant - were an important part of Tudor life.
Lindisfarne Castle, Nunnington Hall and Fountains Abbey played important roles in the Tudor era.
Six of our places appeared in Wolf Hall, the BAFTA-winning BBC drama about Tudor politics. Find out how Montacute House, Lacock Abbey and others were transformed into Greenwich Palace and Wolf Hall itself.
Links to the 1605 Gunpowder Plot can be found at historic houses and former hunting forests we look after including Lyveden New Bield, home to infamous plotter Francis Tresham.
Many of the places we look after have connections to kings, queens and other members of royalty. Here's our pick of the best. Why not visit to uncover the full story?