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Julia Child's Kitchen

Support Julia Child’s kitchen and a new exhibition on food in America

Help the museum complete a new exhibition exploring how new technologies and social and cultural changes in the second half of the 20th century transformed food and wine in America. The exhibition will feature one of the Smithsonian’s most popular artifacts—Julia Child’s kitchen from her Cambridge, Massachusetts home. This is the kitchen where Child, the legendary cookbook author and first star of food TV, cooked for her family and friends, as well as for millions of viewers who tuned in to the cooking shows taped in the kitchen in the 1990s. The exhibition will place this signature object within the context of 20th century America, blending Julia Child’s impact on American culinary history with other significant strands of food history.
Your tax-deductible financial contribution helps bring this exciting new exhibition to life. Please consider making a gift of any size today!
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