Live your life in Tudor times
LATER this month, visitors to Chatsworth can get a taste of Tudor life.
Historical re-enactors, craftsmen, stocks, authentic music and food including a hog roast come together to recreate a living history camp over the Bank Holiday weekend from May 23 to 25.
going back: Tudor history will come to life at Chatsworth.
The Crafty Beggars will offer working demonstrations of both woodland crafts and rush hat-making. Other demonstrations include needlework and farming.
You can have a go at archery and get up close to birds of prey from a local sanctuary.
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Ruth Goodman, presenter from the BBC2 series The Victorian Farm, is part of The Tudor Group and will take a wealth of historical knowledge and skills to the festival.
Entrance to the festival and most activities are included in the normal garden entrance fee. For more information visit www.chatsworth.org.