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Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge

This grade II* listed former hunting lodge is now a museum and sits on the edge of Epping Forest.

The unique hunting lodge was built for Henry VIII in 1543, and later renovated by Queen Elizabeth I.

Come and discover Tudor life including food in the Tudor kitchen, try on some Tudor fashions and learn how the building was made. From the top floor, you can enjoy an amazing view of Epping Forest too.

Don’t miss the adjacent visitor centre, The View, where you’ll find maps, displays, and two trails which start at the back door.

Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge
6 Ranger’s Road
London E4 7QH

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