Get Up Close And Personal With Some Of London’s Finest Cultural Institutions


Celebrate the best of London’s art, music, history and food at these exclusive summer events.

The Red Carnation Hotel Collection has a tight relationship with some of London’s top attractions, and they’re using it to their advantage—and yours—this summer. [Featured image: alh1, Flickr]

The Red Carnation Summer of Culture will involve a series of events that combine the best of London’s culture and hospitality. Taking place over a number of evenings throughout July and August, you can expect to brush shoulders with experts from London’s most talked about exhibitions and performances. Here’s what’s going on:

‘Moving to Mars’ Afternoon Tea at The Milestone Hotel & Residences


August 14

In collaboration with The Design Museum in Kensington, the nearby Milestone Hotel & Residences have designed a very special afternoon tea in honour of the new ‘Moving to Mars’ exhibition. The exhibition’s curator Eleanor Watson will be on hand to talk about how the ground-breaking exhibit has come to life, all while you scoff your face with a space-themed afternoon tea that is out of this world.

The ‘Moving to Mars’ afternoon tea costs £60 per person. Visit The Milestone Hotel website for more information and to book.

The Future of Food at The Egerton House Hotel


August 1

Join The Egerton House Hotel for an evening of cocktails, canapés and conversation about the future of food. Catherine Flood—curator of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s FOOD: Bigger Than The Plateexhibition—will be in attendance, and there’ll be lots of chat about sustainability, ethical practices and the politics of food.

‘The Future of Food’ evening costs £65 per person. Visit The Egerton House Hotel’s website for more information and to book. 





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