Join our team of history cooks each weekend this autumn and discover the tasty Tudor treats served up to the Court of Queen Elizabeth I.
The Kitchens at Hampton Court Palace are famous for having been built for King Henry VIII, but they continued to be used by his daughter, Elizabeth I, to feed her courtiers and staff.
From roast beef to spiced marchpane, discover some of the Tudor delicacies that would grace the tables in Elizabeth’s palace, and find out how food fashions changed through the sixteenth century.
This event takes place in King Henry VIII's Kitchens.
Discover our decadent range of goblets and tankards inspired by our Historic Royal Palaces. The perfect gift for a medieval fan our goblets are made in a selection of leathers, glass and pewter.