There is a great selection of cafes and restaurants for all the family serving fresh handmade food all day. From healthy salads, cakes and fresh deli sandwiches, to a la carte contemporary British food.
All our cafés are breastfeeding friendly, have high chairs and are happy to heat up baby milk. The National Maritime Museum has a separate feeding areas for mums with babies.
Mon-Sun 10.00-17.00 | Last admission 16.30
The Museum Café at the National Maritime Museum, offers healthy salads and deli sandwiches, hearty plates and afternoon teas with home-baked cakes and pastries for all the family.
Located on the ground floor of the museum in the Sammy Ofer Wing, our menus offer freshly handmade British food from early morning through to early evening. From our outdoor terrace you can also enjoy stunning views over Greenwich Park.
Neptune café at the National Maritime Museum serves a wide selection of quality soups, salads, sandwiches and cakes, which are made fresh every day by our team of chefs.
Located on the first floor of the Museum this open plan café borders the the Great Map - our giant world atlas - with ample space to park buggies and allow the little ones to explore continents while you enjoy a cappuccino.
Astronomy Café and Gagarin Terrace at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Enjoy hot and cold drinks and sweet and savoury snacks, with views over Greenwich Park.
The Astronomy Café is located in the Astronomy Centre at the Royal Observatory. It serves hot and cold drinks, including organic and Fair Trade tea and coffee, soups, and hot and cold snacks. You don't need to pay admission to the Royal Observatory to use the café, it's free - just come along and enjoy the ambience.
The Even Keel Café is located directly beneath the hull of Cutty Sark and offers hot and cold lunches, sweet and savoury snacks, tea, coffee and children’s dishes.
Enjoy a spot of lunch in a unique setting underneath the gleaming copper hull of the world's last survivng tea clipper. You could even treat yourself to very fitting afternoon tea to celebrate her original cargo including homemade scones, cakes and sandwiches, along with a pot of Cutty Sark tea - of course!
Book your tea in advance from £19.95, including admission to the ship. Make it even more indulgent with our gold and platinum afternoon tea packages from £24.95 per person. Entry to the café is for Cutty Sark ticket holders only.
From 1 March our afternoon tea offer will be changing: why not try our new silver afternoon tea package at £22.95, or a gold package at £27.95?
The Brasserie restaurant at the National Maritime Museum serves contemporary British food with stunning views over Greenwich Park.
The Brasserie uses seasonal and local ingredients and takes the history of Greenwich as inspiration for its menu of contemporary British food. With superb views over the beautiful Greenwich Park from the restaurant and terrace, you can dine there whether you are visiting the Museum or not. We are passionate about the quality, the sustainability and the provenance of our food as well as delivering a memorable flavour experience.
Join us for lunch, dinner, Sunday lunch or a private celebration. You won’t be disappointed.