Eating & shopping

Our refurbished Orangery Café

Enjoy a cream tea in our beautiful Orangery

Enjoy a cream tea in our beautiful Orangery

The new-look Orangery Café is inspired by our beautiful walled kitchen garden. From light lunches to cream teas, come along and enjoy the new surroundings and try our delicious menu.

Family friendly food

  • Colouring in for kids
  • High chairs
  • Hot water available for baby bottle warming
  • Ramped access
  • Vegetarian option
  • Gluten free option
  • Dairy free option
  • Soya milk at no extra charge
  • Decaf tea and coffee available
  • Cakes, biscuits and scones baked on site

Free wi-fi

Free wi-fi in the Orangery café © Oskar Proctor/National Trust Images

Free wi-fi in the Orangery café

Enjoy a cup of tea whilst using our free wi-fi on your phone or iPad in the Orangery Café.

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From our kitchen garden to your plate

Watch your food grow in the kitchen garden © Clare Egan National Trust

Watch your food grow in the kitchen garden

The kitchen garden has been at Ham since the mid 1650s and is currently one of the most productive walled kitchen gardens in London. It provides our café with produce all year round, from purple-podded peas to salsify, skirret and scorzonera. Our gardeners aim to be as true to the 17th century as they can.

Get crafty while you eat

Get crafty in the Orangery

Get crafty in the Orangery

Enjoy a coffee or a delicious lunch in the cafe while the kids colour in one of our free activity sheets.

Find a spot to picnic in the gardens

Capture an amazing view from inside a summer house

There are many beautiful spots perfect for a picnic in our gardens. Why not enjoy lunch in the formal ‘Wilderness’ complete with summerhouses?

Gift shop treats

Delicious homemade local produce in our gift shop

Housed in one of our 17th-century outbuildings, the gift shop was originally the bake house and laundry. There are plenty of chances to pick up the perfect gift, or something for yourself of course.

Celebrating Ham

Discover more of the secrets of Ham House

To mark the 400th anniversary of Ham House, scholars and curators have come together to document its history and the stories of its collection. Come and find this newly published book in our shop.

Second-hand books

Browse our books © Clare Egan National Trust

Browse our second-hand bookshop near the gift shop. All money raised goes towards our important conservation work. We always need donations, so why not bring some books along on your next visit?

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