News & Features 25 Oct, 2016

Afternoon Tea in London

Afternoon Tea Cruise

Tickets from £32

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Enjoy a Traditional Afternoon Tea Cruise with a back drop of the most famous sights of London, on the newly refurbished Millennium of London boat. It includes a selection of freshly made sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, a selection of cakes and unlimited tea and coffee.

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Afternoon Tea Bus Tour - London

Tickets from £45

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Capture the heart of the city’s culture, landmarks and history on our London Routemaster bus, whilst sipping on a lovely cup of tea and enjoying the exquisite English afternoon tea. High tea accompanied with an array of tasty sandwiches and delicious cakes and pastries.

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Afternoon Tea at British Museum

Tickets from £19.50

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Enjoy traditional afternoon tea under the breathtaking roof of the British Museum’s Great Court Restaurant. The British Museum is dedicated to human history and culture and houses a huge collection of artefacts from all over the world. A magnificent location for your afternoon treat!

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Afternoon Tea at The Grosvenor Hotel

Tickets from £28.95

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A tradition as famous as afternoon tea deserves a spectacular setting. The hotel in Victoria is one London’s great railway hotels with period features and a fascinating Victorian heritage. Enjoy afternoon tea in this centrally located hotel, just a short stroll from many London landmarks.

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Royal Albert Hall Guided Tour and Afternoon Tea

Tickets from £43.00

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Built in 1871 as memorial to Prince Albert, the Royal Albert Hall is the world's most famous stage. From Wagner to Sinatra, The Beatles to Beyoncé and Muhammad Ali to Winston Churchill, the venue has played host to an unrivalled history of events.

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