Any history fan will know that the Tower of London is a pretty fascinating place, especially the Martin Tower (or Jewel Tower)—which is just one of the 21 towers found in the building. The tower used to be the home of the Crown Jewels—which Colonel Thomas Blood tried to famously steal in May 1671—and was even used as a prison for a little while, but now holds an exhibition called Crowns and Diamonds. Thanks to TRULY, you can experience a super exclusive, private three-course dinner surrounded by 12,000 diamonds. Aside from the gourmet food, you also get to enjoy a Champagne reception in the Hall of Monarchs, and witness the Ceremony of the Keys where the tower is locked. You can either book the dinner for just two people or for up to 12, but no matter who you take, we're pretty sure it's a dinner you will never forget.