Someone recently asked what buildings could be visited in London which related to this period of history. Sorry, I can't find the post now but I know several other people were interested.
Yesterday I visited Sutton House in Hackney, which is the oldest house in East London, dating from 1536. It's not enormous but it is interesting, built by Ralph Sadleir who was Thomas Cromwell' s no 2 and had his portrait done by Holbein. Apparently he made a fortune out of supplying the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
I thought people might like to know. Here's a link.