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Queen Elizabeth's
Hunting Lodge London
Ranger’s Road
Epping Forest
Chingford
Essex  E4 7QH
 
 
 
This unique timber-framed hunting lodge was built in 1543 by King Henry VIII to provide a view of the deer hunt in Epping Forest. A magnificent view over the Forest is obtained from the top floor windows.
 
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The exterior of the building has been lime-washed and the Tudor kitchen has permanent displays. In the other rooms are displays on Tudor costumes, timber-framing and the history of Epping Forest.

Plan Your Visit
Opening Hours
10:00 – 17:00 hours, 7 days a week.
The Hunting Lodge is also open on Bank Holidays; however it is closed on Christmas Day
 
Admission
Free

Disabled Access
There is disabled parking and wheelchair access to ground floor displays.
Toilets.

Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)2073 321 911
Mail  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Getting There
To find the best way for getting to Chingford (and to the Hunting Lodge), visit TfL Journey Planner. 
The City of London website has an excellent .pdf map at  Web:  City of London/ Epping Forest Gateway
 
- By London Overground
Chingford Station
Take the London Overground Service from Liverpool Street Station to Chingford Station then a ten minute walk along Rangers Road to The Lodge.
 
- By Car
From M11 north, exit at restricted Junction 5 to A1168 towards Loughton, following the signs to Epping Forest.
 
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