Did you know that you could have afternoon tea in the Houses of Parliament? Well, I certainly did not until recent years. And let me tell you, after you’ve learned the history and workings of the UK government in the glorious Palace of Westminster along the Thames, you’ll feel very special getting to have tea there.
You can book the afternoon tea alongside your tour visit (sorry, you can’t just come for tea!) which is served on Saturdays and some weekdays. It costs £29 and has all the essentials: cucumber sammies, scones with clotted cream & jam, little cakes & an assortment of Twinings tea to drink.
Occasional seatings in the MP’s dining rooms happen at random, and we were lucky enough to be sat in there at my most recent visit. It was so pretty and the view out the window was so sublime.
Find more information on having one of, in my opinion, London’s most unique afternoon teas on the Parliament website.
Or opt for slo-mo action shots of clotted cream getting smeared all over scones in my most recent vlog…
Looking for where to have afternoon tea in London?
Find more of my favourites in my To A Tea Series.
*images original to Aspiring Kennedy