Competition: Afternoon tea at the Queen's House

  • 22 July 2014

Win a delicious day out at the stunning historic house in Greenwich Park.

The beautiful Queen's House in Greenwich was built in the 17th century; the first example of classical architecture in the UK and the former royal residence of Anne of Denmark (Queen of King James I) and Henrietta Maria (Queen of King Charles I).

This summer, for the first time, the House is serving a delicious afternoon tea – a quintessentially British experience in one of the most architecturally important buildings in England, with unparalleled views over Greenwich Park. Guests can choose from a fine selection of aromatic Dammann Frères Teas, elegant finger sandwiches and mouth-wateringly indulgent cakes and scones.

We're giving away a pair of tickets to the Prosecco Tea & Tour of the Queen's House, so that you can learn more about the history of the House and its outstanding art collection, which includes pieces by Gainsborough, Turner and Hogarth. ​For the chance to win, just fill in the form below, answering the question: which architect designed the Queen's House?

Find out more about afternoon tea at the Queen's House.

The competition closes on Friday 1 August 2014 at 11.59pm. One entry per person. The prize must be redeemed on 3, 24 or 31 August, or 7 September. Please read the terms and conditions.

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