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 park is part of Greenwich World Heritage Site, host to the Prime Meridian Line and the old Royal Observatory, and near the National Maritime Museum. In summer, a bandstand plays host to concerts and the children's playground offers entertainment.
There are three cafés: The Tea Pavilion, with beautiful large gardens; St Mary’s Gate Café (with a snack bar nearby in summer), near the National Maritime Museum; and The Honest Sausage – near the Royal Observatory. Public toilets with disabled access. Cricket and tennis can be played.
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when I visited Greenwich park flower gardens on 6th of June this year after being born and living in Greenwich park street for more than 46 years and going to the park most days man and boy I was disappointed to see that it look neglected the trees where growing over the paths the flower beds next to the paths had no edging so the dirt was covering the path the grass outside the rose garden...more
Brilliant park to go for a romantic walk, Walk up to the top of the hill and sit on the bench overlooking Royal Maritime Museum at the bottom with the Manhatten like skyline of Canary Wharf straight ahead. To the right views of the City of London and to the right views of the O2. Jump across the Meridian Line at the Observatory and finish off with tea and cake at the teahousemore
There is so much more to Greenwich that initially meets the eye. Take a stroll around the parks, the markets, the colleges and along the waterfront. There's so much to be seen and on a sunny day it's absolutely stunning. If you can get there during a festival, it's an even better place to be!more
I had the good pleasure of living about two blocks from G'wich park a few years back. Unlike when I lived a few blocks from Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, and seemingly only walked through to get to the other side, I frequented Greenwich Park often when I was local.
The reasons to visit are many: windy walk paths that take one from the 'heart' of Greenwich up and over into charming...more
I loved this place!! I could spend all day here!! I took the ferry from
Westminster to Greenwich Village, and it's about 40 min to am hour long, which wasn't bad plus I got to enjoy the calm city breeze and sightsee London's modern buildings and famous landmarks, such as the tower bridge and shard!
Upon arriving at Greenwich village, there are many museums and historical spots, such as the...more