See where George III’s royal family escaped for laughter-filled afternoon teas. Included with a Kew Gardens admission ticket.
A rare chance to visit the palace at night in this evening tour led by an expert palace guide, exploring the family life of the king and queen and their 15 children. Age 16+. £10.
Author Vic Gattrell talks about Covent Garden’s often notorious life in the Georgian period, and historian Matthew Green portrays royal St James’s and Kensington. £12.
Curator Tracy Borman hosts an eye-opening evening talk on the intrigues of King George I’s court, revealing the habits – and mistresses – that George I brought with him from Hanover and some of the secrets and back-stairs gossip of palace life. £12.
Three short talks on the extravagant world of Georgian food; tea drinking in the 18th century, the discovery of and renovation of the Chocolate Kitchen and how to grow fruit fit for a king. Pay what you can (suggested donation £5).
Susanne Groom, author of ‘At the King’s Table’, takes guests behind the scenes in the Royal Kitchens as servants prepare a lavish royal meal. £12.
Find out about the discoveries and innovations of the Georgian period and the Enlightenment. Pay what you can (suggested donation £5).
Caroline’s biographer and Historic Royal Palaces curator Joanna Marschner hosts an evening talk on this highly cultured queen and her literary, artistic and scientific salons. £12.
A unique tour of the Royal Botanical Gardens with costumed interpreters. £20.
Find out about the elaborate world of opulent Georgian fashion, from exquisite dresses to the scourge of wig-stealing. Pay what you can (suggested donation £5).
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