Eating and Drinking
Visit one of the three cafes on site at IWM Duxford. The Armoury Café and Kitchen, located just next to the Visitor Centre, offers hot seasonal British food, such as fish and chips, as well as deli sandwiches and freshly baked cakes.
Alternatively, enjoy table service in The Workshop Restaurant, with freshly-cooked classics available such as home-smoked 'fall off the bone' pork ribs and sharing platters.
Or take a break whilst visiting the American Museum, the café here offers a range of sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and freshly-baked cakes.
Full menus for each café are available on the following pages.
Next to the Visitor Centre and Shop, The Armoury offers hot seasonal British food, deli sandwiches, hot and cold drinks. Lunch options include freshly made pies, traditional beer-battered fish and chips, steamed suet puddings, toad-in-the-hole and more. Children can choose from a selection of lunch bags or hot dishes. The nearby playground makes this a great family lunch choice or stop-off before travelling home.
Open daily, 10am - 5.30pm, closes 3.30pm during winter trading hours
The new Workshop Restaurant is ideally positioned between IWM Duxford’s star attractions so you can take a break from your visit over a relaxed lunch. Situated in a historic Battle of Britain parachute workshop, the Workshop Restaurant offers freshly-cooked classics such as home-smoked 'fall off the bone' pork ribs and mac 'n' cheese. With a great range of individual dishes, as well as generous sharing platters, there's something for all the family. The Workshop is a fully licensed restaurant selling wine and beer as well as teas, coffees and soft drinks.
Open daily, 11am - 4.30pm, closes 3pm during winter trading hours
Take a break in the spectacular American Air Museum and treat yourself to afternoon tea with a cake or muffin from our freshly-baked selection. The American Air Museum Café sells a range of sandwiches, kids lunch boxes and hot and cold drinks.
Open daily, 11am-4pm, closes 3pm during winter trading hours