Outside the event

We have included a selection of useful website links to principal attractions, events and places to take traditional afternoon tea should you wish to spend the weekend in London.


Useful website links

Visit London – Official website for London’s attractions »click here

TimeOut London– Link to what’s on in London »click here

The London Pass – Link to free entry to top attractions »click here


Attractions

Sir John Soane’s Museum – An eclectic and fascinating collection of sculpture, paintings, antiquities and jewellery collected by the architect who designed the Bank of England. »click here

National Maritime Museum / Royal Observatory Museum –
Located in Greenwich, these museums have a collection of over 2 million objects about the sea, ships, astronomy and time. »click here

Tate Britain – The home of British art from 1500 to the present day. »click here


An afternoon tea

Order tea and cake in elegant surroundings at:

The Wolseley – Smart Piccadilly restaurant, inspired by a grand Viennese café. »click here

Fortnum and Mason – Historic food store in London offering speciality goods and afternoon tea. »click here

Claridge’s – The Art Deco interior itself is worth a look even without tea. »click here

The Orangery at Kensington Palace – Overlooks the splendid palace gardens and serves afternoon tea as well as sandwiches and hot lunches. Phone: 020/7376-0239