Historic Royal Palaces
Experience the sights and smells of Georgian cookery.
The Royal Kitchens come alive as the Clerk of the Kitchens and his team of historic cooks recreate the bustle and business of 1789.
Come to this exclusive family event with the English National Ballet and the Science Museum.
18 August - 20 August 2017
1 hour 15 minutes
Lunch led with a special guest expert at the Orangery.
03 August 2017
Get to know more about food and wine pairing and meet lots of lovely members too
29 June, 11 and 31 August at 12.00
The King was treated at Kew Palace during episodes of his mental illness.
Over a thousand meals a day could be cooked in Henry VIII’s Kitchens
The vast Royal Kitchens at Kew have survived, practically untouched.
The perfect dress up, your little princess can glide around like a Georgian Princess with this pretty princess fancy dress.
History with the horrible bits left in. Learn all about the 'Gorgeous Georgians' with Terry Deary's Horrible Histories.
Why was George I called the ‘Turnip King’? Did George IV really loathe his wife? Fascinating facts about Georgian history.