Pubs across Bromley are getting ready for the Jubilee celebrations, and some have some royally good events planned.

As the bank holiday gets underway, maybe you need some last-minute plans to beat that Jubilee FOMO.

Pubs in the area are hosting everything from family fun days, themed limited edition menus, royal quizzes to full-blown festivals, there will definitely be somewhere that will make you party like a royal.

  • The Bird in Hand – 62 Gravel Rd, Bromley BR2 8PF

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This pub has a very special Jubilee Sunday planned which is perfect for families looking to get in on the celebrations.

Enjoy a singer from 4pm, traditional Sunday roasts, a bouncy castle for the kids, colouring and ice lollies.

Let your little ones run wild.

  • The Artful Duke - 196-198 High St, Bromley BR1 1HE

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The Artful Duke will be hosting a variety of different events including live music on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and a Queen Quizzies Royal Quiz for any of you that want to test your knowledge about the royals.

The pub has also put together a special Jubilee bottomless brunch which is served every day until 4pm.

  • The Railway Tavern - 45 East St, Bromley BR1 1QQ

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Come and take a selfie with a cardboard cut-out of her majesty herself.

There is live music, lunchtime specials, and the whole of East Street is being turned into a car-free street party.

Being able to dip in and out of the pub depending on the weather sounds very appealing.

  • The Bickley Arms – Chislehurst Rd, Chislehurst BR7 5NP

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Enjoy live music and garden games on Thursday and Friday but the platinum party at Buckingham Palace will be streamed live at the pub from 3pm on Saturday you fancy enjoying it with a pint.

The Bickley Arms will also be sharing a ‘quintessentially British’ limited edition menu.

  • The Oil Jail – Jail Ln, Biggin Hill, Westerham TN16 3AX

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If you are looking for somewhere to really let your hair down this bank holiday, The Old Jail are hosting a three-day festival with a tribute ABBA band and other local talent to celebrate the best of British music.

There will be street food, bouncy castles and DJs throughout.

The event runs from 1pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Entry is £6 a ticket or you can purchase a three-day pass for £12 - Kids go free!

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