The Great Hall from a 1911 postcard
The entrance to the Great Hall from the northeast from an 1842 engraving
The bridge across the moat from an 1842 engraving
The northeast bay window on the Great Hall from an 1842 engraving
The ruinous exterior of the Great Hall from an 1842 engraving
The north entrance to the Great Hall from an 1842 engraving
An orchestra playing in the Great Hall from an 1842 engraving
The Great Hall, as imagined in 1365, from an 1842 engraving.
House & Family History: The medieval Great Hall (Grade I-listed) was home to Henry VIII when he was a child. Eltham was restored and added to in the Art Deco style in the 1930s by the Courtaulds; this part of the Palace, often called Eltham Court, is Grade II*-listed.
Country Life: LXXXI, 534, 568 plan, 594 plan, 1937. CXXXVII, 1342, 1965. CLXI, 1412, 1977.
House Listed: Grade I
Park Listed: Grade II
Past Seat of: King Henry VIII (as Prince Henry), 16th century. Courtauld family, 1930s.
Current Ownership Type: English Heritage
Primary Current Ownership Use: Visitor Attraction