Buckingham Palace State Rooms and Afternoon Tea at Rubens at The Palace for Two
The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace offer a unique opportunity to take a behind the scenes look at how the Royal Family entertain guests on State and official occasions. The 19 State Rooms reflect the taste of George IV, who transformed Buckingham House into a grand palace in 1825. Boasting elegant furnishing, priceless artwork and famous portraits, it’s the perfect place to soak up the culture. Discover the new exhibition, Royal Animals, which explores the history of animals in the royal residence – from the giraffe presented to George IV as a gift from Egypt to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s enthusiasm for pet dogs! Afterwards, head to Rubens at The Palace for a traditional afternoon tea for two, which includes delicious treats such as red velvet cake and chocolate biscuits. Wash it all down with aromatic teas such as Darjeeling and Early Grey.
- Entry to Buckingham Palace State Rooms for two
- Explore the White Drawing Room, the Throne Room, Picture Gallery, Ballroom, the garden and more
- Discover Royal Animals, a new exhibition which explores the Royal Family’s interest in animals
- Afternoon Tea at Rubens at The Palace for Two
- Availability Description
The Buckingham Palace State Rooms are available Sunday–Friday, 20th July–27th Sept 2020. Entrance to the State Rooms is at 1.15pm. Afternoon tea is available week round 2pm-4.30pm Monday-Friday and 1pm-5pm Saturday and Sunday.
- Dress Code
Dress code is smart casual and we respectfully ask guests dining to refrain from wearing ripped jeans or trainers.
- Other Info
An optional 12.5% service charge will be presented at the end of your afternoon tea. This package includes two vouchers for two people. These experiences can be use on the same or different days.