Experience one of London’s most historic landmarks paired with a scrumptious treat with this visit to the Tower of London and sparkling afternoon tea for two at Brasserie Blanc â€“ safe in the knowledge that you’re free to go without punishment! Having stood for nearly 1000 years, the Tower of London has spent time variously as an armoury, treasury, prison and palace. Having housed many a delinquent over the years from Anne Boleyn to Rudolf Hess, the Tower’s most famous incumbent nowadays is of course, the Crown Jewels. You’ll be able to see these and much more as you explore the Tower’s history visiting the Jewel House and the White Tower itself, from where the castle gets its name. You’ll also indulge in an afternoon tea with certain â€“ je ne sais quoi, served in the fabulous Brasserie Blanc restaurant nearby. Your sumptuous afternoon tea features a range of traditional finger sandwiches, fresh scones and mouth-watering slices of Raymond Blanc’s own childhood favourite, lemon drizzle, made to an old Blanc family recipe. You can wash all this down with a glass of sparkling French wine and of course, a choice of luxury teas and infusions or coffee.