Take a pit stop during your exploration of Greenwich at one of our cafés. We have something for everyone, whether you’re looking for healthy snack, delicious breakfast or lunch.

Parkside Café at the National Maritime Museum

A view of the outdoor tables in the National Maritime Museum's cafe next to Greenwich Park

Open daily from 12 April | 10am - 5pm

The Parkside Café is a bright and airy space at the National Maritime Museum with expansive views of Greenwich Royal Park.

There is plenty of outdoor seating on our terrace, or you can pick up takeaway treats for a Greenwich Park picnic. Grab a hot or cold drink, choose from our selection of sandwiches, salads and snacks, and top it all off with a cake or icecream.

COVID-19 update: You don't need to book a ticket to the Museum to visit the café. Access via the walkway next to Greenwich Park and order for takeaway or outdoor seated service using the QR codes.

A person holds a vanilla ice cream tub in their hand, with the National Maritime Museum's 'Ship in a Bottle' sculpture in the background

Outdoor food stalls near Greenwich Park

Open daily from 12 April | 11am - 5pm

Pick up ice cream, hot and cold drinks or even a glass of Pimm's at outdoor food stalls located around the National Maritime Museum grounds. Perfect for a picnic in Greenwich Park.

The Queen's House Dining Domes

The Queen's House in Greenwich, with a series of outdoor dining pods on the front lawn

7-31 May 2021 | Open Thursdays-Sundays and Bank Holiday Monday

Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience set against the iconic backdrop of the Queen’s House.

Eat out in style this spring with an unforgettable dining experience in your own luxurious dining dome set against the spectacular Queen’s House in Greenwich.

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A man sits on a park bench beside Greenwich Park, with the Royal Observatory in the background

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The Great Map Café at the National Maritime Museum 

Located on the first floor of the National Maritime Museum, this open-plan café sits alongside the Great Map, our giant world atlas. Relax with a cup of award-winning Benugo coffee while the little ones explore the continents. Classic British sandwiches and a variety of freshly-made cakes provide delicious sustenance. Or order a beautifully designed children’s lunchbox or Cream Tea, each for just £5.

COVID-19 update: The Great Map Café is currently closed

Cutty Sark Café

The café at Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark Café is located on the lower ground deck of the ship underneath the gleaming copper hull. We serve deli combination sandwiches with classic British ingredients, cakes made fresh for you daily, cream teas, assorted snacks and children’s dishes, with many healthy options. Please note that entry to this café is for Cutty Sark ticket holders only.

COVID-19 update: The Cutty Sark Café is currently closed

Astronomy Café & Terrace

Astronomy Café

Located in the Astronomy Centre at the Royal Observatory, the Astronomy Café & Terrace is a relaxed spot in which to enjoy a light lunch (a warming soup, say, or a seasonal salad) before strolling through Greenwich Park. The café’s outdoor terrace is a coveted spot on sunny days. The Astronomy Café & Terrace is open to all, not just museum visitors. 

COVID-19 update: The Astronomy Café is currently closed



We are proud to work with Benugo as our on-site caterer. Working together, we aim to operate to the highest ethical standards in:

  • Organic options
  • Healthy eating
  • Waste reduction and recycling
  • Environmental sustainability

Steps we have taken to achieve this have been:

  • Removal of plastic straws from all Royal Museums Greenwich cafes
  • Giving 25p off any hot drink when customers provide their own cup
  • Selling Life Water - whose bottles, including the lids, are 100% recyclable. Life Water also contribute to the charity Drop4Drop for every bottle purchased
  • Selling re-usable keep cups on-site in our shops and cafes. The sales of Life Water from our cafés goes towards supporting a village in Uganda.