The Foodie’s Castle Guide
Themed Tour through several centuries of gastronomic history
Hands-on exhibition on table culture and culinary traditions
The museum in Christian VIII’s Palace is presenting a small special exhibition about royal food culture over the last 150 years, which looks back at history and across the European continent.
Interactive guiding will be held for children in turns of museum pedagogy. Upper middleclass, aristocratic and royal china dinner-services from the 19th century will be presented.
Guided tour in the King's Private Apartments to take a look back through the history and evolution of Court life from a culinary and gastronomic perspective.
Culinary workshops focused on Old-Polish recipes in contemporary practice and discovering ceremonial of Polish royal court | for school children, adults and families
Guided tour to discover the Pineapple
3rd edition of the #PalaceDay : The day dedicated to the European Royal Residences
Palaces across Europe are joining together on social media to share their history, collections and behind-the-scenes pictures, highlighting their common culture and heritage. A European Journey
Paleis Het Loo was built in the 17th century as a summer residence for the Orange dynasty. A self-sufficient country estate with extensive forests, hunting grounds with a fruit- and vegetable garden.
A meeting with the Michelin-starred chiefs