Hampton Court Palace. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey took over the site of Hampton Court Palace in 1514. He was Henry VIII's Chief Minister. Henry stayed in the state apartments as Wolsey's guest immediately after their completion in 1525. Wolsey only owned the palace for a few years. In 1528, he gave the palace to Henry as a gift in order to win the King's favor. This was Henry's primary residence. Much of Henry’s Tudor palace can be viewed today and is the only surviving Tudor palace
Leeds Castle, Kent, built in 1119 by Robert de Crevecoeur as a Norman stronghold, descended through the de Crevecoeur family until the 1260s. In 1278, the castle became the property of King Edward I and a gloriette with apartments for the king and queen was added.
The Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace. Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace in the London, it has not been inhabited by the British Royal Family since the 18th century. It was originally built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, a favourite of King Henry VIII, circa 1514