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The Wizard Exploratorium afternoon tea – unicorn poop, potions, magic and so much more

As a fan of all things magic, sweet treats and tea when I heard about The Wizard Exploratorium’s newest event for a Magical Afternoon Tea at theirs I just had to do it.

Afternoon tea is a quintessential English thing. Traditionally afternoon tea consists of a selection of dainty sandwiches, cakes, scones served with clotted cream and preserves and of course tea served within tea pots.

But how did the Afternoon Tea come about in England? Afternoon tea came about in 1840 thanks to Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford. Within the household dinner was served fashionably late at eight, thus leaving a long period of time between lunch and dinner. Around 4pm the Duchess would become hungry and ask for a tray of tea, bread and butter and cake be brought to her room. This became a habit of hers and she began inviting friends to join her and this is how afternoon tea came about. During the 1880’s upper-class and society women would change into long gowns, gloves and hats for their afternoon tea which was usually served in the drawing room between four and five o’clock. Nowadays however, in the average suburban home, afternoon tea is likely to be just a biscuit or small cake and a mug of tea, usually produced using a teabag.

A traditional Afternoon Tea with all the works can still be enjoyed within many restaurants, hotels and tearooms across the UK but if your looking for a magical one then The Wizard Exploratorium is the place to go for magic and wander.

I was invited down on a PR basis courtesy of The Wizard Exploratorium to experience and review their newest magical event yet for a Magical Afternoon Tea.

The Wizard Exploratorium within London, Soho

Nestled in the heart of Soho The Wizard Exploratorium combines cool magic and science together.

There is so much to enjoy within The Wizard Exploratorium from wand making, afternoon tea or a cocktail potion making class or if your just looking for some magical merchandise then The Wizard Exploratorium is the place to pop on in.

Within The Wizard Exploratorium they bring science and tech together along with food and beverages to bring a magical time and make you be wowed.

There are several experiences and seasonal experiences to enjoy within The Wizard Exploratorium from Magic Wand Making, Potion Experience and their newest immersive event Wizard Afternoon Tea where you create the magic and enjoy a magical feast of food and sip on magical tea.

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Online fun March 2020 – Coronavirus won’t beat us!

During these hard times with restaurants, theatres, pop ups, schools, etc closed down there have been many online events.

This March I enjoyed magic online via Paul Regan, got arty with Art Sippers and had some fun cooking along to one of UK Supperclubs cuisine challenges.

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Go Out

Find links to all the places I was kindly invited along to personally to blog about.

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Here is a link to all my blogs on places I was invited personally on a PR basis (not part of a group) in which I went along to and wrote up about.

Antillean, AmazingCo, Air ChinaAllas Yummy Food, A Lad in SohoAvengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N, Back to the Future Musical, Banquet of HoshenaBIG The Musical, Boulevard Theatre, clueQuest VRCoqbull Soho, Cutty SarkCutter & SquidgeCookery SchoolThe Vaults: Dantes in FurloughDC ExhibitionDefinitely Blue Cafe by Bompas & Parr, Doctor Who Time Fracture, Dona Rita Pão de QueijoDYCEeasyJet Sprinkles CafeEleven98Fabulous 698 BFlesh & Buns, Funicular Express Murder Express, Fresh Thinking Cafe by HotpointGeorgian House: Wizard Afternoon Tea, Gordon Ramsay Street PizzaHaufson Wok Nacny Lam, Hard Rock Cafe, Hans & GretelHiver Bee Urban, Jacobs Crackers pop up, JapesJolie, Journey London by Lollipop, Kasa and Kin, KitchenAid Making 100, Made in Hackney: Vegan cheese class, Masalchi, Museum of Architecture Gingerbread CityMoonpigMoonstone Murder Mystery, Money Heist, Mr Whites, Mulan Rouge, MyChocolate, New Boulevard Theatre, No.79, Old Chang KeeParmigiano Reggiano, Pasta n PlayPierre MarcoliniPitch BlackPrincess Cruises, Rock & Sole Plaice, Royal China Club, Rojakroom2 Southampton, Seasons, Scripts SupperSix by Nico Chippie, Six by Nico Childhood, Six by Nico New York, Steam Dreams, Star Wars ExhibitionSticky Mango, Swamp Motel The Drop, Swingers, Taste of Christmas, The Art of Banksy, The Chocolate Cocktail Club pop up, The Chocolate Cocktail Club, The Jam Shed Supper Club, The Lucky Club, The Melusine, The Real GreekThe Seafood Bar London, The Wizard Exploratorium Pumpkin Carving, The Wizard Exploratorium Gingerbread House Making, The Wizard Exploratorium Wand Making, The Wizard Exploratorium Afternoon Tea, Treats Club, Up at the O2, V&A Alice, Warburtons, WeFiFo: Gino D’AcampoYankee Candle Countdown to Christmas, Yeda Cafe

Click HERE to read my OTHER in which I attended as part of a group with other members of Love Pop Ups London Club.

*With any opportunity there is NO obligation to write a blog but I do as I love to write and help gain further exposure for those businesses

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