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The Blackfriar Pub

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174 Queen Victoria Street

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EC4V 4EG

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Photo © 2016 Fayita Bonita - Marian Martyrs' Memorial (detail)

Guide telephone: 07982 132231 - please contact me if booking has closed; there may still be room!

With the prospect of the Tudor dynasty dying out after his death, Henry VIII decided to do something about it. What he did would have political repercussions for centuries to come, and would oppress the consciences of many of his subjects, some of them even unto death.

This tour explores sites in the City of London connected with the establishment of Henry VIII as Supreme Head of the English church. It was a time fraught with burnings and beheadings, with cruelty and betrayals. But it was also a defining moment in England’s emergence from subordination to established European powers.

For a taster of this tour, please click HERE.

Meet outside the Blackfriar Pub, opposite Blackfriars Station.

The walk finishes approximately two hours later, near Barbican Underground Station. For information on travel, please use Transport for London's Journey Planner.

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174 Queen Victoria Street

London

EC4V 4EG

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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