Afternoon Tea with Prosecco

Afternoon Tea with Prosecco

Afternoon Tea or Lunch at The British Museum

Available to 31 May 2024

Book now from £39.00

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Book tickets now for a fantastic high tea experience in London's British Museum!

After spending your day exploring London and everything the beautiful city has to offer, finish your itinerary with some culture and cakes at the iconic British Museum!

Please note: This event is for Over 18's Only

Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at one of the most interesting museums in London!

For just £39, get comfortable in the beautifully modern Great Court Restaurant and bask in the stunning natural light of the glass ceiling as you peruse the menu:

Sandwiches:

  • Curried free-range chicken, spinach, red onion marmalade
  • Oak smoked Scottish salmon, cucumber, cream cheese
  • Wiltshire smoked ham, wild rock, piccalilli sauce
  • Truffled free-range egg mayonnaise, mustard cress (v)

Delicate cakes:

  • Raspberry Bakewell tart, pistachio and lemon frangipane (v)
  • Mango and passionfruit burnt meringue pie, mint leaves (v)
  • Carrot and quinoa cake, hazelnuts and salted caramel cream (v)
  • Red velvet torte, dark chocolate ganache, strawberry (v)

Cream Tea:

  • Freshly baked Earl Grey tea-soaked raisin scone
  • Somerset farm butter scone
  • Cornish clotted cream
  • Wilkin & Sons Tiptree strawberry jam

PLUS: Enjoy glasses of prosecco on the side!

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Book tickets now to enjoy a refined and comfortable dining experience in the heart of London!

3 Fountain Square,
London
SW1V 4BJ

How to find us

Address: The British Museum, Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG

What3Words: slam.pilots.castle

By Car:

  • Sat Nav: WC1B 3DG
  • Parking: The London Bloomsbury car park is only three minutes walk away.

By Tube:

The nearest tube stations are:

  • Tottenham Court Road (Five minutes away)
  • Holborn (Seven minutes away)
  • Russell Square (Seven minutes away)
  • Goodge Street (Eight minutes away)

By Bike:

  • Great Russell Street: Bike racks outside the main entrance
  • Montague Street: Bike racks available on the corner 
  • Toilets
  • Museum Map
  • Parking nearby
  • Accessible

Yes! The British Museum has two entrances, both of which are wheelchair accessible. There are also lifts to help ease of access.

The British Museum has a large selection of food in the Great Court Restaurant - from hand-tossed pizzas to pastries and desserts!

Whilst children and under 18's are allowed in the Museum, unfortunately they are not permitted at the Afternoon Tea with Prosecco, or Afternoon Tea with Champagne. 

However, there are family friendly options - take a look at the Afternoon Tea at the British Museum!

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