Places To Visit

The Graves of the Maharajah, his wife and his son

Elveden Church, 33 London Road, Elveden, Suffolk IP24 3TL

The resting place of Maharajah Duleep Singh, his wife Maharani Bamba, and his infant son Prince Edward Albert, who are buried in the Churchyard of Elveden Church. The Church is located on the main road at Elveden opposite the Elveden Courtyard Restaurant. Tel: 01842 890540

The Black Prince's Temple

Blo Norton

The Black Prince's Temple, photographed in 1923. Adjoining to Blo Norton Hall is a small woodland where Prince Frederick built a little white pillared Folly which he dedicated to the 'Divine Winds of Heaven' It became known as the 'Black Prince's Temple' and it is commonly believed that the Prince built ...

The Grave of Sir John Login

St Peter & St Paul Church, Old Felixstowe, Suffolk IP11 7EB

The grave of Sir John Login and his family, in Old Felixstowe on the Suffolk coast. Erected by Maharajah Duleep Singh in the memory of his guardian. Tel: 01394 670940.

Ancient House Museum

27 White Hart Street, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 1AA

The Museum building was purchased and presented to the town by Prince Frederick Duleep Singh in 1923. It opened in 1926 and today houses some artefact's associated with the Duleep Singh family. Tel: 01842 752599

The Bronze Statue at Thetford

Butten Island, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 2AP

The Bronze Statue of Maharajah Duleep Singh at Thetford. The statue is located behind the Light Cinema on Whitehart Street.

The Grave of Prince Frederick Duleep Singh

St Andrew's Church, Church Lane, Blo Norton, Norfolk IP22 2JE

The grave of Prince Frederick Duleep Singh is situated in the churchyard of Blo Norton's St ANdrew's Church. Blo Norton village is off the A1066 from Thetford to Diss, and village also has the Princesses residence Hampton House on the main raod. The Prince's grave is located to the far right of the churchyard,

Maharani Jind Kaur's Memorial Plaque

Dissenter's Chapel, Kensal Green Cemetery, 364 Ladbroke Grove, London W10 5AB

The place where the Maharani's body was kept for one year between 1863 and 1864 before permission was granted for her remains to be taken to India for cremation. A memorial plaque to the Mharani's memory was was unveiled in 1997 and is erected on teh exterior of the Chapel. Tel: 020 8969 0152

Maharajah Duleep Singh's London Residence

53 Holland Park, London W1

53 Holland Park. Duleep Singh's London residence from 1881 to 1887. The London Blue Plaque was endorsed in 2005.

The Residence of Maharani Jind Kaur

23 Lancaster Gate, London

Lancaster Gate was where Maharani Jind Kaur first stayed on her arrival in England in 1861.

Menzies Castle

Weem, Aberfeldy, Perthshire PH15 2JD

The Maharajah residence and hunting estate in the 1850s. The Castle is now a museum run by the Menzies Clan Trust. Tel: 01887 820982

The Grave of Maharajah Duleep Singh's Infant Son

Kemnore Church, Kenmore, Perthshire, Scotland

The grave of Maharajah Duleep Singh's firstborn, at Kenmore Church in Scotland. The church is located in the centre of the village.

Grave of Prince Victor Duleep Singh

Monte Carlo, Monaco

The grave of Prince Victor Duleep Singh and his wife Lady Anne Blanche Alice of Coventry at Monte Carlo.

Prince Frederick's Memorial at Eton

Eton College

The memorial at Eton, to Prince Frederick Duleep Singh who studied here from 1881 to 1883.

The Grave of Sir John Login

St Peter & St Paul Church, Old Felixstowe, Suffolk

The grave of Sir John Login and his family, in Old Felixstowe on the Suffolk coast. Erected by Maharajah Duleep Singh in the memory of his guardian.