Immerse yourself in 1930s Art Deco decadence at Eltham Palace

Greenwich, London

See where Medieval meets Art Deco with a visit to Eltham Palace, and explore rooms never before opened to the public and its beautiful new gardens.

Built by the wealthy Courtauld family, Eltham Palace is among the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in England.

Eltham Palace has recently undergone some major changes, and now equipped with five new rooms, different exhibits and paintings, you can relive the glamorous atmosphere of the 1930s.

For younger visitors, the new children’s guide tells the story of the exotic animals at Eltham Palace, including the tales of the pet lemur, and a new travel-themed playground.

A short stroll from the Palace is the beautiful Well Hall Pleasaunce, where Edith Nesbitt, author of The Railway Children once lived. It's a little haven of formal gardens, ponds and woodland, and the Tudor Barn there provides a charming restaurant and heritage cafรฉ.

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