Greenwich Park in winter
Greenwich Park

Welcome to Greenwich Park

This charming landscape has watched over the ever-changing city of London for hundreds of years. 

Eating and drinking in Greenwich Park

Look out over London from the octagonal Pavilion Café, treat the family to weekend pizza, or catch up with a friend over crepes and coffee.

Tea in the Pavilion Café, or breakfast bap at the Coffee Cabin – you choose!

Greenwich Park has two fantastic spots for you to eat and drink – both with stunning views across the River Thames and East London.

The distinctive and elegant Pavilion Café, up by the Royal Observatory, dates from 1906 and has a lovely period feel. You can sit both inside and outside, so you’ll stay warm and dry, no matter what the British weather’s doing. It’s a very family-friendly atmosphere. 

Check out the park information boards or the park map to see the exact locations in the park.

Picnicking in Greenwich Park

The park is a great place for a picnic! A selection of freshly cut sandwiches, artisan baguettes and drinks are available in our cafés and kiosks.

Feel free to bring your own food and drink to enjoy in the park but barbecues and any sort of fire lighting is absolutely forbidden.

Please take your litter home with you or place it in one of our bins on the way out – wildlife and litter don’t mix.

Every purchase helps us care for Greenwich Park

A proportion of anything you spend at our cafés or kiosks goes straight back to help look after the Royal Parks, and the wealth of wildlife and natural habitats they contain.

  • Pavillion Café

    The Pavilion Café

    The Pavilion Café, located at the top of the hill by the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park offers a delicious breakfast and lunch menu and cream tea.

  • Wolfe Statue kiosk

    Wolfe Statue kiosk

    The Wolfe Statue kiosk is the perfect place to grab a drink and a snack and take in the stunning views of East London.