Tel. 07788 140572
Estate Office, Hatfield House,
Hatfield, AL9 5NQ
Set in and around the Old Palace at Hatfield, Elizabeth's childhood home, Living History gives students the experience of being at Court 450 years ago.
The formal session lasts for two hours during which the students will:
* Receive a general introduction to and history of the former Royal Palace of Hatfield where Elizabeth spent
a large part of her life before she became Queen.
* Meet Thomas Phelippes one of the Queen's chief spies.
* Process into the Queen's presence.
* Meet Sir Walter Raleigh.
Outside of this schools are welcome to arrive and leave when they please to enjoy the other attractions offered by Hatfield Park including:
* The Elizabeth Oak.
* The Real Tennis Court.
* The Rare Breeds Farm.
* A picnic in the Park (indoor accommodation is available if the weather is inclement).
The depth and range of topics dealt with is tailored to the age of the students and can be adjusted to cover any specific requests from individual schools. Just let us know at the time of booking.
A full resource pack is available on booking.