Hampton Court Palace
Tower of London
1. Oatlands Palace
Henry married Catherine in Outlands palace on July 28, 1540. A hotel now stands on the grounds of the old palace. An archway from the Tudor period remains.
2. Pontefract Castle
It was at Pontefract Castle, later destroyed in the 17th century, that Francis Dereham, Catherine's former fiancé, approached queen for a position in her household. Presumably to secure his silence about their past, Catherine appointed Dereham her personal secretary.
3. Syon Park (former site of Syon Abbey)
During the investigations into her past, Catherine was placed under house arrest at Syon Abbey, a Bridgettine convent.
4. Tower of London
Catherine Howard, like her cousin Anne Boleyn, was executed in the Tower of London and buried at the Tower's Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.