Afternoon Tea at the National Maritime Museum – Queen’s House, Greenwich
Situated a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Greenwich’s vibrant streets, afternoon tea at the National Maritime Museum provides an opportunity to sit back and relax with friends but also learn a little about our nautical history.
One of the UK’s World Heritage Site’s, Greenwich has long been a favourite of Girls Afternoon Tea with its lively and colourful markets, sweeping Royal park and historical landmarks.
Afternoon tea in the Queen’s House at the National Maritime Museum, is an experience to savour. This 17th century magnificent royal villa was once the home of Queen Henrietta Maria, Charles I’s Queen. It boasts a world class collection of fine artwork and is open throughout the year for visitor talks and tours.
The quintessentially English afternoon tea is a sight to behold with mouthwatering tiered cakestands and beautiful vintage crockery. The afternoon tea menu offers a selection of white or brown finger sandwiches with traditional sandwich fillings such as Scottish smoked salmon, Wiltshire ham, free range egg and cress and cream cheese and cucumber. A delicious selection of fresh baking is made in-house and sweet treats include mini chocolate eclairs, strawberry tarts, flavoured macaroons and fruit scones with strawberry jam and Devonshire clotted cream. A generous choice of flavoured teas are also available and for a special occasion, why not add a glass of sparkling champagne.
Afternoon tea at the Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum, can be enjoyed either in the contemporary dining room or alfresco on the outdoor terrace, under a wide parasol in finer weather.
Advance reservations are always recommended and to secure your table, simply select the Book Now button and book on-line. Visiting the Royal Borough of Greenwich? We think you might also like afternoon tea at Eltham Lodge in the beautiful grounds of the Royal Blackheath Golf Course for afternoon tea.
National Maritime Museum: A unique venue for afternoon tea in one of the world’s finest National Heritage Sites.