The Museum of London tells the epic yet human story of one of the world’s greatest cities and its people. And when you visit, you can’t miss our Benugo café, just to your left as you go into the main entrance hall. Grab a coffee before you stroll on to the fascinating exhibitions, which include everything from the Mod fashions of the Swinging Sixties to deadly Georgian duelling pistols and the original, incredibly ornate Art Deco-styled lift from the first Selfridges Department Store.
At our cafe, you can enjoy a delicious family lunch, snacks, teas, coffees, juices and cake.
The Museum Of London café is very child-friendly with high chairs available (just ask any of our staff and they will be happy to help you). There’s also a café on the lower levels, serving hot-drinks, sweet-treats and snacks.
If you have time for a more leisurely meal, drop into the London Wall Bar & Kitchen (right next to the main entrance to the museum) to sample our menu of classics such as burgers, fish n’chips, generous Cobb salads and pizzas.
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