Nicholson’s Pubs are known for their individual style, exciting stories, and charming personalities — and The Observatory is certainly no exception.
Astronomer Royal John Flamsteed once laid the foundation of the Royal Observatory and he moved in less than a year later on 10 July 1676. The first public time signal was broadcast from the roof of Flamsteed House in 1833, by dropping a ball at a predetermined time.
Perfectly positioned amongst the vibrant hustle and bustle of The O2, our pub is popular with concert-goers and those exploring the epic indoor entertainment venue in the heart of London.
The Observatory is a great spot to catch up with friends, relax with family, chat with colleagues, and generally enjoy the finer things in life in unique surroundings.