London's oldest statue, c. 1372 // King Alfred the Great in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square from Westminster Hall in King Alfred united England, founded St Paul’s, rebuilt London’s walls and drove off the Vikings.
Loseley Park (built 1562-1568), Surrey, was acquired by the direct ancestors of the current owners/residents, the More-Molyneux. The great hall contains paneling from Henry VIII's Nonsuch Palace, panels from his banqueting tents and a fine art collection.The drawing room has a gilded ceiling decorated for James I's visit. The carvings above the library fireplace commemorate one of Elizabeth I's visits. The King's Room and the Queen's Room were used by James I and Elizabeth I respectively.