Anne Boleyn, her ill-fated love affair with Henry and her sudden demise.
My birthday is on Bonfire night and last year the weekend inbetween mine and Matt's birthday we went to Leeds Castle to the Firework Show that they put on each year. Hands down the most impressive display I have ever seen made all the more special with the castle behind the sparkling embers. I still haven't explored the inside of the Castle so that's still on the list. We also recently went to the Luna cinema held here to see Back to the Future, complete with hamper of food and plenty of layers.
Queen Mary's Doll House exhibition is what every little girl (and some boys) dreams are made of.
One of my all time favourite Palaces will always be Hampton Court, not only because it is where the majorty of the fun and frolics happend with Henry and his wives but mainly because I visited lots as a child. My Grandma lived in Surbiton and we would get the train down and have family days out in Hampton, which is a lovely little town filled with indie shops and pubs lining the river front.