Where to have Disney Afternoon Tea in London 2024

We love afternoon tea and it’s one of the first things we look to do on a day out or weekend away. As a family of Disney fans, there is nothing we love more than Disney themed afternoon teas, and there are quite a few across London for Disney fans to enjoy.

I thought I’d put them all in one place to help inspire you when planning your next Disney themed day in London. I’ll add more afternoon tea events as they launch and make sure you click through to each venue to see the latest menus and special offers, check opening times and book your table!

Disney Afternoon Tea in London

What time is afternoon tea in London?

Afternoon tea varies from venue to venue but traditionally, afternoon tea is served from around lunchtime until three or four in the afternoon. However, many venues offer afternoon tea all the way through until dinner time so you can have it as an alternative to lunch or dinner. 

Disney themed afternoon tea London

Aqua Shard – Level 31, The Shard, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY

Peter Pan Afternoon Tea: The current Aqua Shard afternoon tea is inspired by the adventures of Peter Pan on the island of Neverland. Drawing on popular motifs from J.M Barrie’s much loved novel, the afternoon tea is a fitting tribute to the author and his fictional characters. Innovative treats are served on a custom-made tea stand inspired by Captain James Hook’s Pirate Ship, the Jolly Roger, which symbolised pirate ships in the 18th Century.

The afternoon tea includes a savoury selection of finger sandwiches with a creative twist, including a chicken sandwich topped with crispy bacon wrapped in paper denoting the four ‘Lost Boy Rules’, and an ‘Enormous Mushroom Chimney’ – mushroom-shaped bread inspired by the mushroom stools ‘of charming colour’ in Neverland. Quintessentially British warm scones are hidden within a special treasure chest, accompanied by sweet apricot marmalade as well as coconut clotted cream. 

When: Monday – Sunday, 12pm – 2.30pm

Cost: From £68 per person. £2 from each afternoon tea sold is donated to The Great Ormond Street charity.

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Disney Afternoon Tea in London

Sanderson Hotel London – 50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG

Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea: The Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea lets you tumble down the rabbit hole to discover a tea party beyond your wildest imagination, inspired by the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland. The afternoon tea offering is full of sweet treats and savoury delights including Grow Me, Shrink Me, Red Knight Army Shortbread Cookies, and homemade sultana scones and plain scones with strawberry preserve and clotted cream.

When: Monday – Sunday, 12pm – 7pm

Cost: From £55 per adult and children’s afternoon tea is also available.

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Disney Afternoon Tea in London

Cinderella’s Carriage at The Tea Terrace

Not actually a Disney afternoon tea, but the opportunity to have afternoon tea in Cinderella’s carriage at The Tea Terrace. You pay a usage fee to book the carriage and then can choose any of the afternoon tea options available at The Tea Terrace, giving a princess experience with dining options that work for you. 

When: Open daily.

Cost: There is a usage fee of £12.95 per person to use the carriage. On top of that, there is a minimum spend requirement of £21 per person for adults or £13 for children under 12 years.

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Disney Afternoon Tea in London

The Drawing Room at Brown’s Hotel – 33 Albemarle St, London W1S 4BP

Jungle Book Afternoon Tea: The Jungle Book themed afternoon tea is a fantastic treat for any child and The Drawing Room is such a delightful place to experience it as well. This award winning afternoon tea has a Jungle Book twist perfect for any little King or Queen of the jungle!

When: Served daily, 12pm to 6:30pm

Cost: £40 per person

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So there you have all the Disney afternoon teas current on offer in London. I’ll add more options as they launch but be aware, many afternoon tea menus are only offered for a limited amount of time. 

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