Hear ye! Hear ye! It hath been decreed by the Museum of Antiquities that Adventurers visiting this module are invited to live in a castle! Enter at your own peril to learn how to defend a castle against a Viking siege, what it was like to eat and live in a medieval household, and find out for yourself: what did it really take to run a castle?


Have you ever wondered why English castles look the way they do? Learn about the changing design of English castles as tools of war in this fun lesson!

What was life in a castle like? Join us to learn how knights, nobles, servants, and staff worked together to keep a castle running.


A Royal Goblet

From making sure the fires are burning in the great hall to lowering the drawbridge to manning the defences, it's easy to work up a sweat! Luckily we can help you cool down in the most royal manner possible, with a drink in a noble jewelled goblet.


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Hear ye, hear ye! It has been declared that it is time for a refreshing beverage! Read this recipe for a perfectly regal punch to enjoy in your royal goblets!

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If you've been working hard in the castle courtyard all day and need something to fill your belly, try this totally authentic medieval chicken pasty recipe!

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Interview with a Medieval Noblewoman

Want to learn more about living as a medieval noblewoman? Well the best person to learn from is none other than former Duchess of Norfolk, Margaret Brotherton herself, who lived there in the 14th century when she was one of England's wealthiest women. There are many important things to learn when living as a noblewoman, including the way in which you dress, behave yourself, and your mannerisms.

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