Brigit's Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tours

Covent Garden and Strand



Daily: Departs from Victoria Coach Station at 12pm, 2.30pm and 5pm and also at 12.30pm and 3pm from Northumberland Avenue (Charing Cross).


Around 90 minutes


5+.Children aged 15 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.


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Brigit's Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

8 Northumberland Avenue
off Trafalgar Square
+44 (0)20 3026 1188
[email protected]



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Savour mouthwatering bites while spotting London landmarks on the Brigit’s Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour.

You can tuck into an assortment of tasty sandwiches followed by delicious cakes and pastries. Double-decker Routemaster buses provide the setting for your feast and take you past some of the city’s top sights.

What tours does Brigit’s Bakery offer?

Birdseye view of afternoon tea sweet treats on a plate, with hands picking up different pastries

Brigit’s Bakery offers four regular afternoon tea bus tours: the Classic Afternoon Tea, Slingsby Gin Afternoon TeaPeppa Pig Afternoon Tea or the little ones. Along with a number of limited edition tours such as the Coronation Afternoon Tea and Paddington Bear Afternoon Tea tour. 

Keep an eye out for even more themed tours celebrating special events, such as Valentine’s DayChinese New YearChristmas and St Patrick’s Day.

Paddington Bear Afternoon Tea 

A table with paddington bear themed food with marmalade sandwiches and cakes on a london afternoon tea bus tour.

Hop aboard for an unforgettable adventure around London. Enjoy a selection of sweet and savoury treats, including this beloved bears favourite - marmalade! As you enjoy the sights on this vintage double-decker the built-in screen on your booth shows a guided animation with Paddington Bear and Mrs Bird. 

The Paddington Bear Afternoon Tea tour lasts approximately one hour and 45 minutes (depending on the traffic) and is available Wednesday-Sunday at 1.45pm and 5.30pm. 

How long do the tours last?

Each tour usually lasts approximately 90 minutes (depending on the traffic).

How do I book tickets?

Each tour is available on different dates at select times. Double check the availability of the tour you would like to book and find this in the calendar on the right date to secure your spot.

Book a Bridget’s Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour online now.

What are the departure points for the tours?

Brigit’s Bakery Tours depart from Gate 0 inside Victoria Coach Station, from outside The Grand hotel (opposite the Sherlock Holmes pub) by Trafalgar Square and Victoria Embankment by Somerset House.

What sights will I see?

Double decker London bus with Brigit's Bakery Afternoon Tea branding, with the London Eye in the background

Brigit Bakery’s afternoon tea tours pass many of London’s major attractions, including the Houses of ParliamentBig BenWestminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

Can I pick my seat on the bus?

Yes, you can pick your seat on the Brigit’s Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour. The buses are double-decker with tables upstairs and downstairs. For those eager to snap photos of London, we recommend picking a seat on the top deck of the bus for the ultimate view of the city.