Having lain untouched since Queen Charlotte's death in 1818, you can now explore the Royal Kitchens at Kew for the very first time.
Open the door to a lost space to discover more about these historic royal kitchens, the servants who worked in them and Georgian culinary life.
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Explore this exciting, permanent addition to the Kew Palace experience.
Discover the fascinating history of the Royal Kitchens at Kew, how they were used and how they managed to survive.
Step back in time and discover a fascinating insight into Georgian culinary life...
Find out what would have been on the menu in the royal household in 1789 and who ate what.
From master cook to master scourer, find out who was responsible for what in the Royal Kitchens of 1789.
Find out more about the offices of the Kitchens and their various functions.
Conservation in action at the Kitchens.
Create three authentic 18th century dishes, with these step-by-step video guides
Kew Palace DVD - from Tudor times until today
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