London area guide

Greenwich

The home of time, Greenwich is where Eastern and Western hemispheres meet. Discover breathtaking views, royal heritage and amazing attractions, all in a beautiful riverside setting.

Up at The O2
Climb one of the most popular entertainment centre in the world and enjoy spectacular 360° views of London.
Old Royal Naval College
Start your trip to Greenwich at one of London’s most famous landmarks. Step back in time in the breathtaking neoclassical chapel and get to know Greenwich at the Old Royal Naval College visitor centre
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Stand on the Greenwich Meridian Line, visit the free museum telling the history of time and astronomy, and catch a show at London's only planetarium.
Greenwich Park
Greenwich is the oldest enclosed Royal Park, 74 hectares (183 acres) in area, and is home to a small herd of deer. On top of a hill, visitors enjoy sweeping views across the river Thames and Central London.
The Crystal
The Crystal exhibition showcases global trends and challenges, alongside existing technological solutions to build environmentally sustainable, liveable and prosperous cities.
English Heritage: Eltham Palace
Experience the decade of decadence at Eltham Palace as you are transported back to the 1930s. Created for millionaires, Eltham Palace is a showpiece art deco mansion and part medieval royal palace.
Queen's House Greenwich
Come and celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Queen’s House. Inigo Jones’s architectural masterpiece has reopened, with 22 spectacular rooms filled with great art representing 400 years.
Emirates Air Line cable car
An easy way to get between Greenwich Peninsula and Royal Docks with magnificant views over East London.
Old Royal Naval College
Start your trip to Greenwich at one of London’s most famous landmarks. Step back in time in the breathtaking neoclassical chapel and get to know Greenwich at the Old Royal Naval College visitor centre
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Stand on the Greenwich Meridian Line, visit the free museum telling the history of time and astronomy, and catch a show at London's only planetarium.
English Heritage: Eltham Palace
Experience the decade of decadence at Eltham Palace as you are transported back to the 1930s. Created for millionaires, Eltham Palace is a showpiece art deco mansion and part medieval royal palace.
English Heritage: The Wernher Collection at Ranger's House
Ranger’s House is an elegant Georgian villa in Greenwich Park which houses The Wernher Collection, a remarkable collection of works of art amassed by diamond magnate Sir Julius Wernher.
Queen's House Greenwich
Come and celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Queen’s House. Inigo Jones’s architectural masterpiece has reopened, with 22 spectacular rooms filled with great art representing 400 years.
Up at The O2
Climb one of the most popular entertainment centre in the world and enjoy spectacular 360° views of London.
Emirates Air Line cable car
An easy way to get between Greenwich Peninsula and Royal Docks with magnificant views over East London.
Thames RIB Experience (O2 Blast)
Climb aboard a Thames RIB Experience, an amazing speed boat trip and guided sightseeing tour along the river Thames. High speed thrills for all ages.
Old Royal Naval College
Start your trip to Greenwich at one of London’s most famous landmarks. Step back in time in the breathtaking neoclassical chapel and get to know Greenwich at the Old Royal Naval College visitor centre
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Stand on the Greenwich Meridian Line, visit the free museum telling the history of time and astronomy, and catch a show at London's only planetarium.
Greenwich Park
Greenwich is the oldest enclosed Royal Park, 74 hectares (183 acres) in area, and is home to a small herd of deer. On top of a hill, visitors enjoy sweeping views across the river Thames and Central London.
English Heritage: Eltham Palace
Experience the decade of decadence at Eltham Palace as you are transported back to the 1930s. Created for millionaires, Eltham Palace is a showpiece art deco mansion and part medieval royal palace.
Queen's House Greenwich
Come and celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Queen’s House. Inigo Jones’s architectural masterpiece has reopened, with 22 spectacular rooms filled with great art representing 400 years.
Old Royal Naval College
Start your trip to Greenwich at one of London’s most famous landmarks. Step back in time in the breathtaking neoclassical chapel and get to know Greenwich at the Old Royal Naval College visitor centre
Greenwich Park
Greenwich is the oldest enclosed Royal Park, 74 hectares (183 acres) in area, and is home to a small herd of deer. On top of a hill, visitors enjoy sweeping views across the river Thames and Central London.
Greenwich Foot Tunnel
Use the tunnel that travels beneath the river Thames between the Isle of Dogs and Greenwich, with an entrance next to the Cutty Sark.
City Cruises Greenwich pier
City Cruises is the number one sightseeing tour on the Thames! Cruises depart every 30 minutes, every day of the week, all year round from Westminster, London Eye, Tower of London and Greenwich.
MBNA Thames Clippers Greenwich pier
MBNA Thames Clippers is the fastest and most frequent river bus service on the Thames, serving 20 piers across London from Putney to Woolwich via Greenwich.
MBNA Thames Clippers North Greenwich pier
MBNA Thames Clippers is the fastest and most frequent river bus service on the Thames, serving 20 piers across London from Putney to Woolwich via Greenwich.
MBNA Thames Clippers Royal Arsenal pier
MBNA Thames Clippers is the fastest and most frequent river bus service on the Thames, via Greenwich. This pier is used during commuter times only.
NY-LON Lounge Bar at The O2
NY-LON Lounge Bar brings the best of New York and London style, design, glamour and mixology to The O2, wrapped up in the undeniable buzz of checking in to a first-class lounge.
Clipper Bar
Take afternoon tea with views across the river Thames and Canary Wharf.
Eighteen Sky Bar
Enjoy rooftop cocktails and views across the river Thames towards Canary Wharf.
Market Brasserie
Experience the theatre of food during an interactive restaurant meal on the Greenwich Peninsula.
Meridian Lounge
Choose a relaxing place to work, where light meals and views of the river help to put your mind at ease.
The Peninsula Restaurant
Enjoy a spectacular view of the river Thames and Canary Wharf with your restaurant meal.
Astronomy Cafe and Gagarin Terrace
Soak up the stunning views on the terrace outside the Royal Observatory.
Even Keel Cafe at Cutty Sark
Relax with a fitting afternoon tea under the hull of the world's last surviving tea clipper.
Goddards at Greenwich
Goddards at Greenwich serves London's most traditional meal of pie mash and liquor.
The Museum Cafe at the National Maritime Museum
Enjoy views of Greenwich Park with a healthy lunch stop at the Museum Cafe.
Neptune Cafe at the National Maritime Museum
Stop off for a quick snack and a coffee during your visit to the National Maritime Museum.
The Old Brewery
Stop off for a bite to eat and a drink during your visit to the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
The Sail Loft
Tuck into popular pub classics and admire stunning views from this riverside pub in historic Greenwich.
National Maritime Museum Restaurant
Complement your visit to the Royal Museums Greenwich with a British meal at the museum restaurant.