Official guide to the Tower of London, Hampton Court, Kensington Palace, the Banqueting House and Kew Palace. Images, histories and information for visitors.
The official site for the residence of the Bishop of Durham, developed from a medieval hunting lodge, provides a brief history and Quick Time Virtual Reality tour.
Britannia presents an illustrated history drawn from John Timbs 'Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls of England and Wales' of the palace destroyed c.1660, and the Queen's House designed by Inigo Jones.
About Scotland provides a plan and illustrated history of this ruined but still impressive former residence of Scottish kings and queens, now in the care of Historic Scotland.
Royal Collection Enterprises presents Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Balmoral Castle and Sandringham House. Illustrated histories and visitor information.
Queen Elizabeth provides illustrated histories of Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral, Holyroodhouse, St James Palace, Kensington Palace, Sandringham and Frogmore, with visitor information.
A detailed, illustrated description of this palace built in 1501 beside Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, including plans and early images, from Lancaster University.
The story of this great castle from fortification to palace, taken from P.H. Ditchfield's "Bygone Berkshire" (1896). Part of David Nash Ford's Berkshire History.
The ancient coronation place of the kings and queens of Scotland. The official site provides an illustrated history, tour and visitor information.
A Norman castle on two islands in a lake was converted to a palace by Henry VIII. Now restored, it houses a magnificent collection of furnishings, tapestries and paintings.