Tea on the Front
The Home Front Museum, Llandudno
Arrive in the beautiful seaside resort of Llandudno, North Wales. You will start by taking a trip down memory lane to life in 1940s Britain at The Home Front Museum. In this unique living history museum, take a self guided tour and explore six years of war on the home front captured in shops, room displays and tableaux. The museum is all on one level and accessible to standard wheelchairs.
Afternoon Tea at the St Georges Hotel, Llandudno
After your museum visit, it’s just a short stroll down to the sea front to the historic St Georges Hotel. Here you will enjoy afternoon tea in the panoramic Sea View Terrace restaurant. The foyer still holds the original brass bell-knobs labelled ‘Boots’, ‘Ostler’ and ‘Chambermaid’. These knobs were used by some very famous and distinguished people like Napoleon III and his wife Princess Eugenie, Bismarck, Disraeli, Gladstone, Churchill, Lloyd George and John Bright. In 1862 Dean Liddell, his family and their maids (a party of twelve) stayed at the St Georges for the summer. His daughter Alice aged 8, was later immortalised in the Alice in Wonderland story by Lewis Carroll.
Monday to Fridays, subject to availability
Arrive for your visit at the Home Front Museum.
Afternoon Tea at the St Georges Hotel on the promenade. This is just a short walk from the Home Front Museum.
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