Everyday Life in Tindalls Cottage
Gain an insight into life in the mid-Georgian period. Tindalls has been furnished circa 1760 and has a working oven and brewhouse. We will investigate changes in the home from the previous century; cook a meal using the brick oven, open hearth and copper; look at clothing of the period.
Marc Meltonville, Royal Palace Food Historian, has worked on displays of historic cookery and the reconstruction of kitchens at many of the six Royal Palaces and countless Museums and Stately homes.
It is advisable to wear warm layers as the day will be spend in an historic building.
Fee & Refreshments
£70 per person, including tuition, teas and coffees. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance. The Museum café will be open or you can bring a packed lunch.