Eltham Palace is an unoccupied former royal residence owned by the Crown Estate that was transformed into an Art Deco mansion by Stephen and Viriginia Courtauld. The Eltham Palace incorporates original medieval features into an otherwise modern 1930s design. Visitors step into the shoes of the lavish Courtaulds and explore their extravagant lifestyle as they discover the technology and unusual features of their residence. The 19 acres gardens is also open to the public.
Art & Design
Times vary, visit website.
|5 – 17||£9.60|
|18 – 64||£16.00|
|Family (1 adult, 3 children)||£25.60|
|Family (2 adults, 3 children)||£41.80|
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