Royal Air Force Museum
Claude's Cafe is a light, bright and open cafe serving family-friendly food and drink, made from quality, British ingredients...
Named after Edwardian entrepreneur Claude Grahame-White - who founded the London Aerodrome on our site in the early 1900's - Claude's Café offers light snacks, hearty lunches and a delicious selection of cakes and pastries, fine teas and freshly-ground coffee. The perfect pit stop to relax and refuel.
Claude's Cafe sits on the green lawn between the Royal Air Force Museum's Hangar 2 and Hangar 6 where benches are set up for al fresco dining and picnics during the summer months. The cafe offers counter-service and runs on a mainly walk-in basis, with reservations available for groups of 10 or more only.
Capacity & Address
Monday – Sunday:
10am - 4pm
Hot food is served from 11.30am - 3pm daily.
The Royal Air Force Museum, London, including the Claude’s Café, is temporarily closed as a precautionary measure to help contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)