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Edwardian Tea Room at Whitehead Railway Museum

Whitehead Railway Museum, Castleview Road, Whitehead, County Antrim, BT38 9NA
Edwardian Tea Room at Whitehead Railway Museum


The Edwardian Tea Room is located in the Station Building of Whitehead Railway Museum and is the perfect place to refuel. Think of the classic movie 'Brief Encounter' and you will be transported back in the magnificent surroundings of the tea room. (Tea Room is open to everyone but museum is for paying customers only.)

The Whitehead Railway Museum's beautifully renovated Edwardian Tea Room offers a wide range of delicious food and beverages within a unique and historic setting. As well as the wider selection of beverages and snacks, the Tea Room offers:

Fresh coffee, supplied by Bailies Coffee Roasters; a delicious range of fresh scones, cakes and buns supplied by French Village; a daily menu filled with Chef's special dishes; lunches are homemade everyday; and gluten-free and vegan options (please pre order a day or two in advance to allow our chef notice to create a dish to suit your needs).

The Tea Room is a great place to enjoy a meal or a coffee before or after your tour of the museum, or to meet up with friends and family.

Afternoon Tea - Enjoy Afternoon Tea in a Railway Carriage travelled in by the Queen at Whitehead Railway Museum. Scones with cream and jam, sandwiches made using local ingredients and a selection of petit fours with freshly prepared barista coffees and fine tea. Check Facebook page for upcoming dates. Booking essential.


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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Opening Times

* Thursday to Saturday 10:15 - 15:45.
Last food orders 14:30.

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