Experience the sights and smells of these historic kitchens in use.
Enjoy the entire process of Georgian cookery. Start by having a look at the kitchen garden outside, a miniature version of what would have supplied these kitchens with fresh fruit and vegetables.
Make your way through the preparation rooms used for storage, washing and baking.
Then conclude your culinary tour by having a look through the Royal Kitchen which will come alive as the Clerk of the Kitchens and his team of historic cooks recreate the bustle and business of 1789.
2018 Live Cookery dates:
- May Bank Holiday weekend (26-28 May 2018)
- 16-17 June 2018
- August Bank Holiday weekend (25-27 August 2018)
Join expert historians and fellow learners as you immerse yourself in the changing tastes of royalty in our free online course.
Join us as we uncover the LGBT+ stories of the Tower's past and bring them to life on this after-hours guided tour.
Join us for a fabulous food and drink festival in the iconic Tower of London moat.
07 September - 09 September 2018
Friday and Saturday 10:00-19:00; Sunday 10:00-17:30
The palace is a flurry of activity ahead of Henry VIII's marriage treaty with Anne of Cleves. But will the King's mood upset weeks of planning?
29 June - 02 September 2018, Thursday- Monday
An illustrated book, written by palace curators and food archaeologists, explores eating at court and the Tudor diet.
Queen Mary was a keen collector of Chinese porcelain and Delftware, this fine bone china mug depicts a few of her favourite pieces.
This luxury butterfly paper folding fan is based on an original fan in the Royal Ceremonial Dress collection at Historic Royal Palaces dated c. 1870-1890.