Greenwich Castle was a hunting lodge used during the reign of Henry VIII, located in Greenwich Park, in Greenwich, England. The Royal Observatory, Greenwich now stands on the site. Greenwich Castle was apparently a favourite place for Henry VIII to house his mistresses, as it was within easy travelling distance of Greenwich Palace at the foot of the hill.
- Richardson, Henry S. (1834), Greenwich: its history, antiquities, improvements, and public buildings, Simpkin & Marshall, p. 29
- Hart, Kelly (June 1, 2009). The Mistresses of Henry VIII (First ed.). The History Press. p. 73. ISBN 0-7524-4835-8.
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