Historic Royal Palaces
Henry's third and favourite wife. Tragic victim or ruthless schemer?
The Yeoman Warders, nicknamed ‘Beefeaters’ have been guarding the Tower of London since Tudor times
Royal artist, architect and designer to Georgian kings
The vast Royal Kitchens at Kew have survived, practically untouched.
Rubens’ ceiling is the crowning glory of the Banqueting House
For over 500 years, the fortress guarded the production of all the country’s precious coins
The luxurious royal lodgings from the 1200s re-created here may surprise you!
See where royal chocolate makers prepared this expensive delicacy
Discover what the Tudor court ate, their table manners, royal recipes and more