Alright Bridgerton fans, it’s time to live your best Regency life because you can now dine in bubble pods at one of Netflix’s filming locations over in the UK (you know, once safe travelling becomes a thing again)!
Yep, 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! Ain’t that cute?
Each dome fits 6 people, offering views of the London Skyline, the River Thames, and the breath-taking lawns of the stately home, which was built for Anne of Denmark back in 1616… wild!
Not to mention it was one of the filming locations for Bridgerton, with the house appearing in episode 3!
Royal Museums Greenwich explains, ‘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’.
‘Choose from seasonal menus for either lunch, Royal afternoon tea or dinner’, they added.