Buckingham Palace is possibly London's most iconic landmark having been the official London residence of the British Monarch. The Palace was originally known as Buckingham House and dates back to 1705 - first entering the monarchy when George III acquired the site in 1761. Afternoonteaonline.co.uk have selected the very best afternoon tea venues close to Buckingham Palace and all of these are available to book online for free with instant confirmation. Make sure you make the most of your visit to London with afternoon tea near Buckingham Palace.
Visit to the State Rooms and Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace with Champagne Afternoon Tea at Fortnum & Mason for Two
Visit world-famous Buckingham Palace, the iconic working headquarters of the monarchy and residence of Her Majesty The Queen. You and a guest will explore the 19 glorious State Rooms, including the White Drawing Room and Throne Room. A royal experience in every capacity, a Champagne Afternoon Tea awaits you at an elegant restaurant opened by HM The Queen – Fortnum & Mason’s iconic Tea Salon.
St Ermin's entrance hall boasts a beautiful fairy-tale castle-like balcony and 2 adjoining staircases. The tea room is situated upstairs or if you prefer you can sit on the more private balcony area and marvel at the intricate, white washed design.
Review: Afternoon Tea at the Montague
The Montague offer a choice of Afternoon teas, Traditional, Safari, a scone Afternoon tea and for children, they offer the wonderfully named Prince and Princess Afternoon Tea.
Review: Not Afternoon Tea at OXO Tower Brasserie
Following the success of their Not Afternoon Tea, OXO Tower Brasserie recently launched their kid’s version, a clever step to ensure everyone has the chance to enjoy what is essentially a rather fabulous plate of desserts.
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