The Royal Albert Hall has been one of London's most iconic landmarks since it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871. It is home to the annual BBC Proms concerts and hosts performances by the world's leading classical and contemporary artists.
Afternoon Tea is served in Verdi, a charming curved restaurant on the first floor, where you'll enjoy lovely views of the Royal College of Music.
Not only do the beautiful, Grade- I listed surroundings make for a breath-taking backdrop, but the menu - quintessentially British themed yet with added creative flair, will ensure your visit is an unforgettable experience. More than £1-million has been invested into a the beautiful destination complete with olive-green banquettes, buttery brown leather seats and a striking, turquoise-tiled bar.
Afternoon Tea is served 2pm to 4:30pm Tue - Sun
Booking is essential
Tube: South Kensington and High Street Kensington, Railway station: Paddington
A member of staff
Verdi, Royal Albert Hall
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only - Please contact prior to visit.