Explore Marquess, Tudor Era and more!

Magnificent Burghley House was the vision of Lord William Cecil - the 1st Lord Burghley and Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I - and is one of the largest, and considered to be one of the grandest, houses of the first Elizabethan Age.

Magnificent Burghley House was the vision of Lord William Cecil - the Lord Burghley and Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I - and is one of the largest, and considered to be one of the grandest, houses of the first Elizabethan Age.

The "Blue Silk Bedroom" in Burghley House, Lincolnshire.

Totally OTT - The "Blue Silk Bedroom" in Burghley House, Lincolnshire. In my opinion, the most beautiful bedroom of the house.

ELIZABETH QUEEN OF ENGLAND I (1533-1603) The Elizabethan Age saw England thrive politically and culturally.

Elizabeth’s reign is known as “The Golden Age” because she made England strong and prosperous.

Burghley House, near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England.  Bow Room. Casa Burghley 28

The Bow Room (dining room) at the Burghley House painted by Louis Laguerre in 1697

The crown of Margaret of York sister of Edward IV and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Made in c. 1461

Assistant Curator at the Tower of London, Anna Keay, holds the century crown of Margaret of York. The crown left England in 1468 and is one of only two English Medieval crowns that survived the Civil War and is now kept in Aachen Cathedral in Germany

Kinloch Castle

Kinloch Castle

Burghley House  The Elizabethan kitchen of Burghley House, the 16th century Tudor mansion built by Sir William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, in Lincolnshire, England

Burghley House - The Elizabethan kitchen of Burghley House, the century Tudor mansion built by Sir William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, in Lincolnshire, England

Burghley House - The South Closet.  The finest of Elizabethan houses, built for Sir William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer & closest advisor to Elizabeth I.

Burghley House is a grand sixteenth-century country house near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. It is a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house, built by and still lived in by the Cecil family.

Pinterest
Search