|The imposing entrance to Carisbrooke Castle|
|King Charles I|
|The view from the ramparts.|
Charles regularly walked along the ramparts for exercise.
|This field (with the white tent) was the drill ground for the castle militia.|
It was converted to a bowling green for Charles.
|Every chance was taken to ridicule Charles -|
shown here stuck in the window
|This is the window that Charles successfully escaped from -|
only to be betrayed by two guards in his pay.
|Part of the correspondence (in cipher) between Charles |
and the Scots.
|Charles' bedchamber November 1647 to April 1648|
These are not the original furnishings -
but are similar to what Charles had brought from Hampton Court.
London Then and Now: Charles I's Execution
And finally....10 days to release on 1st February - look who's taking a sneak peek at an advance review copy of The Ringmaster's Daughter!