Afternoon tea bus tour: 360 video

All aboard! Have afternoon tea with a difference. Book a seat on the B Afternoon Tea Bus London and see the city’s iconic sights and beautiful spring colours while tucking into a delicious afternoon tea. A vintage Routemaster double decker bus will take you around London's famous landmarks including Big Ben, Harrods and Nelson's Column, providing ample opportunity to see bright new blooms and fresh greenery alongside a slice of history. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride (and warm scones).

Find out more about some of the well-known locations you’ll see on the tour below.

1. Whitehall



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This main thoroughfare gets its name from a royal palace that used to exist on the site. Sadly the palace burnt down 1698 but the name remained. Cruise past Horse Guards Parade, the Cenotaph, Downing Street and the only remaining part of Whitehall Palace, Banqueting House.


2. Harrods



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The terracotta façade and distinctive green awning of this decadent department store are instantly recognisable. Shop at Harrods for high end designer fashion, luxury gifts and the finest food from around the world.


3. Trafalgar Square



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Surrounded by the grand architecture of the National Gallery and St Martin’s-in-the-Fields Church, there a lot to admire at Trafalgar Square.  Add 2 fountains and the famous Nelson’s Column and you’ve got one of the prettiest squares in London.

Trafalgar Square

4. Churchill Arms



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Get your phones ready for this Insta-friendly, iconic, London pub. The Churchill Arms is usually covered top to bottom with colourful flowers or plants and in the spring it is a sight to behold as hundreds of blooms burst into life! Come Christmas time, the pub is decked with 90 Christmas trees and more than 11,000 fairy lights.   

Churchill Arms

5. Houses of Parliament



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Standing proudly on the River Thames, the Palace of Westminster (commonly known as the Houses of Parliament) is one of the most recognised buildings in Britain. Explore the home of political power and its rich history with a Houses of Parliament tour.

Houses of Parliament

6. London Eye



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At 135m high, the London Eye is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe. It has 38 pods, each one representing a London borough. If you want to see more of the capital after the bus tour, book a trip on the London Eye where you can see views of up to 25 miles away (weather permitting!).

London Eye
Carleen Shoy
15 Feb 2021(last updated)