Historic Royal Palaces
The Mint was installed at the Tower c1279 as it was the most secure place to contain gold and silver.
The Palace depicts life as it would have been for medieval monarchs in the 1200s.
Uncover where royal chocolate makers prepared this expensive delicacy.
The Tower of London is known as an infamous prison. But it wasn't built to be one.
Over a thousand meals a day could be cooked in Henry VIII’s Kitchens
Charles I was tried and sentenced to death for high treason
The history of the Banqueting House, the Masque and the Great Fire of 1698
Find out about what the Tudor court ate, table manners, recipes and more
Katherine, the survivor, nursed the ageing King and cared for his children.