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Enjoy 'finest tea in the world' at Kensington Palace - one of the top London attractions
Published: Wednesday 24th of March 2010
Visitors to one of the top London attractions, Kensington Palace, can enjoy some of the finest tea in the world in truly historic surroundings.
The Orangery restaurant at the palace offers one of the most impressive tea selections in London, with more than ten different flavours to enjoy, as well as a range of premium wines and champagnes for those who like something a little stronger.
As the warm spring weather arrives, an increasing number of visitors to this most pleasant of London attractions will be sitting out on the terrace while supping the fine teas and taking in the fantastic view of the palace and its gardens.
The convenient early opening time of the Orangery means that visitors can take in the alluring aroma of fresh coffee before taking a look around the varied delights of the palace.
Regular visitors will be excited to hear that Kensington Palace reopens on March 26th, after being closed for the past fortnight for the installation of a new exhibition entitled the Enchanted Palace.
Posted by Samantha Reed
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