You can dine out in pods on the grounds of a Bridgerton filming location

Fancy dining on the grounds of a Bridgerton filming location?

Well now you can.

Dining Domes have been put up on the grounds of Queen’s House, a recent filming location for Netflix’s mega-hit show Bridgerton.

As if that’s not enough of a draw, the historical property was first commissioned for Queen Anne of Denmark, the wife of King James I, in 1616.

From May 7 until June 6, you’ll be able to get lunch, dinner or afternoon tea on the grounds of this beautiful manor.

The domes are Covid-friendly and can shield diners from the temperamental British weather to boot.



People can enjoy the scenery while they eat, taking in views of the River Thames and the London skyline while they live their Regency fantasy.

The domes can accommodate up to six people, but a minimum of four people will need to be in your party if you want to make a booking online.



If you want to book for fewer people, you’ll have to get in touch with Royal Museums Greenwich directly to see if they’ll make an exception.

The pods are open from Thursday-Sunday, and for the late May bank holiday.


Want to make a booking?

Head to the Royal Museums Greenwich website.

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