Lose yourself amongst the countless objects, interactive displays and audiovisuals explaining the fascinating world of scientific discovery, past and present, then head to one of the Science Museum’s superb eateries for some delicious refreshment.
Both the café and restaurant are run by benugo and designed with families in mind. The Energy Café is situated in the Energy Hall on the ground floor, where you can recharge with hot and cold drinks and freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and healthy snacks, as well as muffins and pastries. Then there’s Deep Blue, a family restaurant serving dishes that are prepared on the premises and which feature fresh, carefully sourced ingredients. There’s lots of choice here, from full meals to light bites, benugo’s own special blend of coffee, loose-leaf tea, freshly squeezed juices and smoothies, and a great selection of wine, beer and cider.
For a little fun, head to the Shake bar for a freshly made milk shake on the 3rd floor. Choose your base and add any toppings you like from the menu including oreo, hundreds and thousands and peanut butter.
Alternatively, head to the Dana Centre, situated just behind the museum on Queen’s Gate. Here you’ll find D. Café, offering a great range of sandwiches, soups, hot food and freshly baked cakes and muffins to tempt your taste buds while you broaden your mind. So whether you’ve worked up an appetite learning about the story of steam power or the legendary Apollo space missions, you’ll find plenty at the Science Museum to nourish your body as well as your mind.