Join our history cooks as they whip up some tasty Georgian treats in The Royal Kitchens at Kew Palace.
Learn how to make dishes such as ‘Mutton Chops in Disguise’ and ‘Apple Dumplings’, and find out what life was like working in King George III’s kitchens over two hundred years ago.
This event takes place in The Royal Kitchens.
Our history cooks will be in action on the following dates over the summer:
May half term - 25-27 May
Father's Day - 15-16 June
Weekends in July and August - 20-21 July, 27-28 July, 03-04 August, 10-11 August, 17-18 August and 24-26 August
You can also try making some delicious historic dishes at home by trying out our recipes on YouTube.
This recipe is the ultimate Easter treat for sophisticated chocolate lovers!
The Georgian era was a time of elegance and enlightenment and this popular age has inspired our collection of books, luxury gifts, exquisite jewellery and unique dress up.
The most intimate of our six royal palaces, Kew was built as a private house in 1631 and used by the royal family between 1729 and 1818. These gifts and souvenirs are all inspired by Kew Palace.