This term’s Heritage Pathway Trip will be to the magnificent Hampton Court Palace, Henry VIII’s favoured residence on the banks of the River Thames. During our visit, we will meet with senior staff at Historic Royal Palaces, the charity responsible for curating the site. The day will include a bespoke tour of the palace with one of HRP’s senior curators, and a Q&A session with the organisation’s Research Manager. The trip will give attendees key insights into the curation of one of the world’s most iconic landmarks.
- Dr Marianne Wilson, Research Manager (Interim), Historic Royal Palaces
- Dan Jackson, Head Buildings Curator, Historic Royal Palaces
Places are strictly limited and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. We will be travelling by coach which will pick us up at 8.45am outside the Radcliffe Humanities Building.
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