Enjoy a selection of eateries and a shop packed with goodies at the National Maritime Museum
Parkside Café is a bright and airy space at the National Maritime Museum, with expansive views of Greenwich Park.
Located on the ground floor of the National Maritime Museum in the Sammy Ofer Wing, Parkside Café is a bright and airy buffet-style destination for a quick bite or lunch with the family.
Relax inside with a cup of our award-winning coffee and a freshly-made cake, or enjoy expansive Greenwich Park views outside on the terrace.
Spark little ones’ imaginations with our beautifully designed children’s lunchboxes, and enjoy Cream Tea for only £5 every day.
Parkside Café is open to everyone – you do not need to be a museum visitor to visit us.
The Great Map Café at the National Maritime Museum is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a hot drink, classic British sandwiches and variety of cakes made fresh daily.
Located on the first floor of the Museum, this open plan café borders The Great Map, our giant world atlas.
Here you’ll find ample space to park the buggy and let the little ones explore the continents while you enjoy a cup of our award-winning Benugo blend coffee.
Order a beautifully designed children’s lunchbox or Cream Tea, each for just £5.
Find the shop at the National Maritime Museum on the ground floor at the front of the building.
Browse a lovely selection of gifts and goodies, from homeware to jewellery, clothes to books. With a range of toys and treats also available, a visit to the shop is the perfect addition to your day at the museum.
Parkside Terrace is a bright and airy space at the National Maritime Museum, with expansive views of Greenwich Park
Serving contemporary British food and cocktails, Parkside Terrace is a dining space looking on to Greenwich Park.
Enjoy a hot drink and pastry in the morning, or relax with a glass of wine and lunch from our seasonal menu from midday. Enjoy a Royal Afternoon Tea all year round (contact firstname.lastname@example.org) or a Sunday roast in the winter months (contact email@example.com).
You do not need to be a museum visitor to dine at the Terrace.