The Spanish Galleon, Greenwich

The Spanish Galleon

A stone’s throw from the Cutty Sark, the Spanish Galleon enjoys a prime spot in the centre of historic Greenwich. We have two bars and here's the best bit. We have a fish and chip shop inside the pub. Yes that's right, a fish and chip shop that's open to customers and passers-by. We also offer pub favourites, light bites and a children's menu.

We regularly show televised football, rugby, cricket, tennis, golf and cycling.

A bit of history...

The Spanish Galleon was designed and built by Joseph Kay in 1834, in the reign of William IV.

The historic building survived World War I and the Blitz with minor damage and has been refurbished to offer modern facilities while retaining many of its original architectural features.

This is a traditional pub which supports the local community through sponsorship of the Greenwich Tritons triathletes club and offers a warm welcome to tourists visiting the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site.