Spanish Galleon

The Spanish Galleon has a prime location in the centre of historic Greenwich, a stone’s throw from the Cutty Sark, and other tourist attractions such as the Royal Observatory, the Queen’s House and the Old Royal Naval College. The Spanish Galleon was designed and built by Joseph Kay in 1834, during the reign of King William IV. The historic building survived the First World War and the Blitz with minor damage and has been refurbished to offer modern facilities while retaining many of its original architectural features. It boasts two bars along with a fish and chip shop inside the pub that's open to customers and passers-by.

48 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London
020 8858 3664
Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

Facilities available at this pub

General
WiFi (free),
TV
Sky Sports,
Food Styles
Traditional,
Events
Quiz, Live Music,
Awards/Accreditations
Cask Marque,
Business
Meeting rooms,
Drink Types
Real Ale,
Child Friendly
Child Friendly,

Asahi

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Asahi

Guinness Draught

Alcohol
4.2%
Brewery
Guinness

Strongbow

Alcohol
4.5%
Brewery
Heineken

Fosters

Alcohol
4.0%
Brewery
Heineken

San Miguel

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
San Miguel Brewery Inc.

Whitstable Bay Blonde Lager

Alcohol
%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Spitfire

Alcohol
4.2%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame

Oranjeboom

Alcohol
3.9%
Brewery
Shepherd Neame
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