at 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. Dine like royalty in front of this iconic ‘house of delights’, built especially for James I’s wife Anne of Denmark and recently used as a filming location for the hit Netflix show Bridgerton.
Book a Dome
6th May – 30th May
Our indulgent dishes have been designed by the Eventist Group’s award-winning culinary team and are a perfect treat for this spring and to celebrate new beginnings…
Two Courses £39.50
Three Course £45.00
Children’s Menu Three-Courses £17.50
Afternoon Tea Menu
From 5pm – Minimum spend requirement of £300
From 7pm – Minimum spend requirement of £350
Dietary requirements can be catered for, please advise the waiting team when ordering and provide information within your booking reservation when prompted.
Frequently asked questions
When do The Queen’s House Dining Domes open?
The first booking available is 7 May and the last booking available is 31 May. The Dining Domes are open Thursday through to Sunday each week during this period, and also Spring Bank Holiday, Monday 31 May.
What are the opening times for The Queen’s House Dining Domes?
The Queen’s House Dining Domes Lunch – 12.30 to 14.30
The Queen’s House Dining Domes Afternoon Tea – 15.00 to 17.00
The Queen’s House Dining Domes Early Dinner – 17.30 to 19.30
The Queen’s House Dining Domes Late Dinner – 20.00 to 22.00
Is there a minimum or maximum guest number requirement for the Dining Domes?
The minimum requirement for a Dining Dome is 4 guests and a maximum of 6. If you would like a larger party, please contact us. We encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance and not visit or meet in groups of more than six people to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attractions.
Is there a minimum spend?
There is no minimum spend on the Lunch or Afternoon Tea sessions, however if your party is less than 4 there will be cover charges added on for the missing people.
The minimum spend for the Early Dinner session is £300 and £350 for the Late Dinner session.
Do I need to do anything before I arrive?
After completing your booking online with Open Table, a confirmation email will be sent to you. You can print it out and bring them with you or show the attachment on your smartphone when you arrive. Make sure you have selected the right date and time. If you have any issues, please contact us at email@example.com or 020 78407626.
If you have qualified for any discounts or special offers, please ensure you bring with you proof of your entitlement. We will request proof prior to your being seated.
When should I arrive?
Please arrive on time for your dining experience. Please only bring essential items with you. Storage facilities are limited and staff will not be able to look after your belongings for you. Please arrive to the Anchor Gate on Romney Road where the Welcome Desk will be stationed ready to receive you. If you arrive via a different entrance, please make your way to the Welcome Desk to check in. Please do not enter a Dining Dome that you have not been escorted to by one of our team members.
How do I get to the Queen's House Dining Domes?
The Queen’s House Dining Domes are located outside the Queen’s House on Romney Road, SE10 9NF in Greenwich. Please arrive to the Anchor Gate on Romney Road where the Welcome Gazebo will be stationed ready to welcome you. If you arrive via a different entrance, please make your way to the Welcome Desk to check in.
Plan your journey and find out more about getting to Royal Museums Greenwich by car and public transport, or even by boat! www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/getting-here
Can I park at Royal Museums Greenwich?
There is a secure public car park at the National Maritime Museum which can be used by visitors to any of our museums on weekends and bank holidays between 8am and 7pm. The car park is located on Park Row within the grounds of the Museum. The cost of parking here is £10 per day. To book please book online at www.rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/getting-here
Parking in Greenwich is limited, particularly at weekends. There are off-street pay-and-display car parks in Greenwich Park (run by the Royal Parks; 250 spaces, maximum 4 hours).
The Royal Borough of Greenwich operates car parks nearby in Park Row and Burney Street. Usual exemptions apply for Blue Badge holders.
How do I pay for my meal?
We are adhering to COVID-19 safe guidelines and thus will not be accepting cash payments. We accept payment by card.
How long is my booking for?
Lunch and dinner sessions inside the Dining Domes are for two hours. Afternoon Tea sessions are for 1.5 hours.
How do I buy tickets?
Book online here and guarantee your meal in a Dome. If no slots are available on the date and time you want, it means this slot is sold out. We hope you’ll visit another day.
What do I do if I need to cancel my booking? Is there a penalty?
Credit card details are taken at the time of booking but no payment is charged. Should you need to cancel your booking within 7 days of your reservation, a cancellation charge of £35 per person for a dinner booking or £20 per person for a lunch or afternoon tea booking will be charged. Failure to arrive for your booking within 15 minutes of your booking time may also incur this cancellation charge.
Cancellations are through your booking with Open Table.
What do I do if I haven't received my confirmation email?
Please check your spam mailbox as the confirmation email may have gone there. Not there? Please contact us on 020 78407626. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I change my booking?
Once booked, if you need to make any amendments please go back onto Open Table and enter your details. Please check your bookings carefully prior to checking out. If you have any last minute issues, please call us on 020 78407626. Alternatively, email email@example.com
If I cannot make it to my booked dining experience, will I get a refund?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer any refunds for non-attendance.
What happens in the lockdown is extended or the next phase is delayed?
The Queen’s House Dining Domes are allowed according to the current government guidance. However, if there is an extension to the lockdown, we will contact you to rearrange your booking. Should you be unable to make a new reservation for an alternative date your booking will be automatically cancelled by us and no payment will be due.
Is there heating inside the Dining Domes?
To abide by government guidance of outdoor dining, the Dining Domes will be open on two sides and there will be heating within the Domes.
Do you cater for dietary requirements?
Please download the menus above for more information on the dishes available. If you have any specific requirements related to an allergy or intolerance, please specify at the time of your booking and our team will assist you with the menu on the day.
Are children allowed?
Children of all ages are welcome and we encourage you to visit the museums before or after your dining experience when the museums reopen from Monday 17 May. Please include any children (babies included) within your final booking size which must be a maximum of 6. If you need a highchair, please specify at your time of booking. A child’s menu is available on request.
Can I bring my pet with me?
We are sorry but animals, with the exclusion of assistance animals, are not allowed. If you plan to bring an assistance animal, please let us know at the time of booking.
Are the Queen’s House Dining Domes accessible?
Whilst the Dining Domes are not totally step free, we will have ramps for wheelchairs available. Please let us know when you make your booking if you require this.
What happens if the weather is bad?
The Dining Domes will operate in nearly all weather conditions. In the unlikely event that the Dining Domes must close, alternative sessions will be offered. We regret that no refunds will be given due to bad weather.
What is the protocol if I am running late for my booking?
Failure to arrive within 15 minutes of your booking time may incur a cancellation charge.
Can I visit the museum during my visit?
Unfortunately, our indoor museums and attractions will not be open to the public until Monday 17 May 2021 in accordance with government guidelines. However, toilets will be available for guests to use.
Are there toilets at the Dining Domes?
There are no toilets at the Dining Domes themselves, however there are toilets available in the National Maritime Museum. This is a less than two minute walk from the Domes. The toilets are fully accessible.
Do I have to wear a mask?
You will be expected to wear a mask whenever you visit the Museum to use the bathroom in accordance with guidelines, unless you are specifically exempt (see exemptions here). You will not be expected to wear a mask inside the Dining Domes.
What happens if I, or a member of my group, becomes unwell prior to our session?
Do not attend your dining experience if you, or any of your group, are showing signs of any of the known COVID-19 symptoms: a high temperature, a new persistent cough, a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste. Please contact us as soon as you can at 020 78407626. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to reschedule your ticket.
What steps have you taken to combat the spread of COVID-19?
We are committed to the following steps to mitigate the risk of the spread of COVID-19 at our museums and within the Dining Domes:
- Limiting our overall Dining Dome capacity.
- Limiting the allowed number of guests per table.
- Marking physical distancing measurements throughout the venue.
- Keeping all Dining Domes physically distanced to current guidelines.
- Our service offering is TABLE SERVICE ONLY for food and drinks to reduce staff contact with guests.
- Contactless payment only.
- Managing capacity within the toilet areas – queuing system will be in effect.
- Requiring reservations and booking to allow us to operate full track and trace.
- Setting time limits on bookings.
- Installing public and staff sanitising locations.
- Implementing signage where necessary to remind guests to physically distance or wear face-coverings when appropriate.
- Operating a one-way traffic system.
- Dedicated cleaning staff disinfecting common touch points.
- Operating rigorous staff workstation cleaning between session changeovers.
We ask all guests to be mindful of maintaining physical distance with staff and other guests and to follow all recommended government advice.
How can I help to protect myself and others whilst at the Domes?
- Please follow all current government guidelines with regard to meeting others outside of your household.
- Always wear a face mask/covering (unless exempt from doing so) whilst inside the Museum.
- Use the hand sanitiser available and avoid touching any surfaces you don’t need to.
- Maintain social distancing at all times – follow the signage at the Domes and any instructions from our team.
- If queuing at any point, please keep in your group, facing forward, and maintain a safe distance from others outside of your group.
- Use contactless payment methods – cash will not be accepted for the Dining Domes or at any of the associated attractions.
Ensure any children with you are also following the guidelines.
I have further questions that have not been answered here.
Please call 020 78407626 – If there is no answer, please leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. You can also contact us via the email email@example.com