About The Trafalgar Tavern
About the restaurant
Treating you to exceptional elegance, The Trafalgar Tavern is a standout among sophisticated public houses in London. With a history reaching back hundreds of years, The Trafalgar Tavern on Park Row stands in the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site and is an essential landmark, having hosted guests like William Gladstone and Charles Dickens. Have your next special occasion at the Trafalgar Tavern overlooking River Thames – there’s simply no other place that manages to combine history, elegance and a great selection of dishes in any comparable way.
With a history to put every other pub to shame, The Trafalgar Tavern stands in the Greenwich
Maritime World Heritage Site and easily remains one of London’s most essential public houses.
Having forever represented Britain’s naval might and cultural standing, The Trafalgar Tavern looks
back on a long history of famous customers like Charles Dickens and William Gladstone. This is Old
London, and the Tavern on Park Row succeeds in representing the days of yore with highlighting its
history as well as giving you a wonderful selection of ales, beers and exquisite food.
The owners have a lot of respect for the history of the house and are proud to invite you to spend time in one-of-a-kind rooms overseeing the River Thames. The beautifully decorated rooms are simply wonderful. Of course you may inquire anytime for private hire and treat your friends, colleagues and family to a truly extraordinary location. The Trafalgar Tavern on Park Row is simply marvellous for weddings, offering gorgeous views of London as well as truly exceptional elegance.