Ship Tavern, Greenwich

The Ship was a tavern in Greenwich, London, England. In Dinners and Diners (1899), Nathaniel Newnham-Davis describes the tavern as “the tavern with a rather dingy front, with two tiers of bow windows, with its little garden gay with white and green lamps, and with its fountain and rockery which had bits of paper and straws floating in the basin” (177, Google Books). Until 1883, ministerial whitebait dinners, which marked the end of a Parliament session, were held at The Ship or at Trafalgar Tavern. The Ship was destroyed during World War II.


Latitude: 51.482669639901
Longitude: -0.009137391608