Lambeth Palace in Lambeth London has the largest collection of records of the Church of England in its library. A London home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the leader of Anglican Church
Lambeth Palace is a 13th century palace. It is the official London residence of the leader of the Anglican church, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Morton’s Tower is the imposing red-brick Tudor entrance to Lambeth Palace, which dates back to the late 15th century. The State Drawing Room is used to welcome religious and political leaders as well as members of the British Royal Family. The Guard Room was built in the 14th century. The Crypt Chapel dates back to 1220 and was initially used as a storage space for beer and wine. The palace’s garden is a beautiful place of tranquillity with its colourful range of herbs, fruits and flowers.
They operate a guided tour which costs fee around £10 but phone them in prior to confirm and booking.