To celebrate the much-binged television show Bridgerton and the premiere of its second season, you can have a Regency-era celebration at Bearbrook Town House in Chelsea, London.
The Bridgerton experience will include a day out on the town in London, sipping some drinks in the English countryside at the Lanesborough, and a Bridgerton-themed tea, which is already being tongue-in-cheek dubbed as “the social event of the season”.
The menu for the event has been put together by the Lanesborough’s head pastry chef, with finger sandwiches and brioche sliders set to be devoured, as well as scones, cream and jam and concept cakes based around the Bridgerton characters.
Available from March 25 onwards, the teas are priced at $112 per person.
Celebrations are extending across the globe, with the Fairmont Copley Plaza is Boston offering the “High Society” package, designed specifically for fans of period dramas.
The company said: “Away from the screen, fans that yearn to live life and travel like a wealthy lady or lord now have the opportunity to do so – at least for one night.
Boston’s Fairmont Copley Plaza’s new period drama inspired High Society room package will make fictional fantasies a reality with a glamorous itinerary fit for the upper echelon of society.”
Visitbritain.com even has a list of 11 further Bridgerton-themed tours across Britain that you take, giving you plenty of ways to a high tea taste of the high life.
Contiki, a travel organisation for young people, even had a Bridgerton themed itinerary set for September 2021 that fell victim to the Delta variant, but has now also partnered with Amazon Prime for a Hawaiian Islands trip based on I Know What You Did Last Summer.
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