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The Queen's House in Greenwich is opening up its beautiful gardens to guests, with a selection of igloo-style bubbles where visitors can dine on lunch, dinner or afternoon tea.
Each dome fits six people, offering views of the London Skyline, the River Thames and the breathtaking lawns of the stately home, which was built especially for Anne of Denmark in 1616.
And it was one of the filming locations for the hit Netflix show, with the house appearing in episode three.
"Dine like royalty in front of this iconic 'house of delights', built especially for James I's wife Anne of Denmark and recently used as a filming location for the hit Netflix show Bridgerton," Royal Museums Greenwich explain.
"Choose from seasonal menus for either lunch, Royal afternoon tea or dinner."
The dining domes are available to book from now until 6th June and are open from Thursday to Sunday as well as on bank holiday Monday (31st May).
There's a minimum of four guests for online bookings - if you would like a smaller or larger group, however, do get in touch with Royal Museums Greenwich.
While the domes are open for dinner only on Thursday (5.30-9pm) they are open for lunch (1-2pm) afternoon tea (3.30-4.30pm) and dinner (5.30-9pm) Friday and Saturday.
On Sundays and Bank Holiday Monday, lunch is served from midday until 3.30pm, and dinner from 5pm to 8.30pm.
Prices start at £39.50 for lunch, £37.50 for afternoon tea and £55 for three courses at dinner. Children's prices start from £17.50.
For more information and to book, visit the Royal Museums Greenwich website here.
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