Hellens is a living monument to much of England's history, not a museum! It contains a wealth of period furnishings, paintings and decorations. There are heirlooms of Ann Boleyn, Mary Tudor, the Earl of Essex (Elizabeth I's favourite), Charles I, the Duke of Wharton and of the house's inhabitants over the centuries. Among Hellens' attractions are the haunted rooms prepared for Bloody Mary Tudor and her tutor Fetherstone; the Stone Hall and its great fireplace bearing the Black Prince's crest and the Minstrel Gallery.
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