Leicesters Gatehouse
Leicester's Gatehouse from the Tudor Gardens
Leicesters Gatehouse
The Gatehouse was erected here when Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, decided that he wanted a grand entrance that gave onto the main London road in the northeast corner of the castle. The building was later expanded to provide accommodation.
Leicesters Gatehouse
Lovely gardens surround the Gatehouse
Leicesters Gatehouse
The lovely battlemented entry to the gatehouse was moved here from John of Gaunt's Hall.