The Natural History Museum is very high up on the must-see list for any visitors to London, with a vast wealth of treasures and attractions for the young and not-so-young.
But there is a lot of ground to cover, so make sure to take a break at one of our cafes or in our very grand restaurant.
The Central Hall Café is not hard to find, it’s just behind Dippy, the towering, iconic dinosaur skeleton (which, as any dino-mad kid will tell you, is a Diplodocus) in the main entrance hall.
The café is always ready to welcome you with great coffee, cake and light-lunch options.
Our restaurant, in the Green Zone Waterhouse Building, is set in what was once a museum gallery. It has certainly retained its Victorian grandeur. It is the perfect spot for a family lunch, serving up pizzas, burgers, salads and other daily specials, with a tasty kids’ menu for little diners.
View our Green Zone menu.
The Kitchen in the Red Zone has a more grown-up feel to it, offering a changing selection of salads every day and can be found next to the wonders of Earth Hall. Just next to the kitchen, you will find The Coffee House, a great spot for a quick break with a hot drink and delicious, fresh-baked cakes.
At the NHM, we love to welcome kids and families. Make sure to drop by while you are dinosaur hunting.
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