For a limited time visitors can experience the ultimate view over London’s most iconic landmarks – with a gospel brunch to lift the spirits every Sunday.
Altitude 360º’s indoor viewing gallery on the 29th floor of London’s iconic Millbank Tower proved such a hit when it briefly opened two years ago that the owners have decided to reopen for a limited period. Located in the heart of Westminster, adjacent to The Houses of Parliament and the River Thames, the 118 metre-high Millbank Tower is one of the capital’s tallest buildings. The prime position of London’s newest attraction at the top of this skyscraper will afford visitors unrivalled panoramic views of London’s most iconic landmarks every weekend from Easter until the end of the summer.
Tickets for the Altitude 360º viewing gallery are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for children (5 to 12 years) and children under 5 are free.
Peter Kerwood, Altitude London’s Marketing Director commented: “We are very excited about reopening our Empire State Building-style viewing gallery to the general public. It really will offer a completely different way for visitors to view our amazing capital this summer.”
As well as taking you to heady heights, Altitude is offering to lift your soul, with a new Sunday Gospel Brunch held in the River Room, a contemporary venue which boasts panoramic views of the River Thames.
Described as “Sister Act with soul food”, the Gospel Brunch is a New York institution, brought to London exclusively by Altitude. Brunch guests are sung to by the world renowned London Gospel Choir. Pioneered by the Godfather of British Gospel, Bazil Meade, the choir is known for its funky gospel flair, swing-beat, R’n’B, traditional and soulful arrangements, with invigorating choreography and vocal gymnastics. Those willing will even get the chance to join in all the classic gospel hits.
In keeping with the gospel theme, the menu features soul food straight from the Deep South. Begin with a range of speciality bread including rich brown sugar cornbread, pumpkin bread, sweet brioche and rosemary and raisin bread. Main courses are hearty: the barbecue ribs are a hugely popular choice as is the grilled spatchcock chicken. Vegetarian choices include spinach, feta and caper open-faced omelette and desserts include caramelised banana French toast with maple syrup and strawberries, mouth-watering cheesecake and, for those with a very sweet tooth, chocolate and peanut butter brownie with cream and ice cream.
After brunch, guests are invited to head up to a private viewing gallery on the 29th floor of Millbank Tower to enjoy the panoramic 360° views of London.
Access to the Viewing Gallery is available from 10am until 10pm every weekend from Easter until September.
Viewing Gallery ticket prices:
Adults (12 years & above) £10.00
Senior citizens & students £7.00
Children (5 to 12 years) £5.00
Children under 5 FREE
Group (10 adults) £80.00
Tickets for the Altitude 360 º viewing gallery must be booked in advance and can be made throughwww.altitudelondon.com/view.
Gospel brunch takes place at between 11am and 3pm on Sundays and is priced at £49 per person (inc VAT).
To make a reservation: 020 7592 7618