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London SE28OG, England
+44 870 608 2000
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Set on the south bank of the Thames, approximately five miles from central London, this city borough is rich in maritime history and features the Royal Naval College, National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Observatory, which was built by Sir Christopher Wren for King Charles II.
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“maritime museum” (361 reviews)
“cutty sark” (775 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
London SE28OG, England
+44 870 608 2000
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Reviewed yesterday

This park is free to enter, full of people with plenty of space for all. If you walk up the hill overlooking the university and Queen's house, you'll be rewarded with one of the best panorama's of London with nary a tourist in site. Feel...More

Thank robertsonnickd
Reviewed yesterday

Lots to see and do in this historic town on the river, from strolling in the Royal Park, with the Observatory and Meridian at the top of the hill down to the Royal Naval College, the Cutty Sark and the river, all worth visiting, The...More

Thank Ian C
Reviewed yesterday

The only downside is the closing time is extremely early especially in summer so get there early for entrance

Thank EuniDoc
Reviewed 2 days ago

Many interesting things to see. Cutty sark, Wrens architecture and great street food and good markets with second hand treasures available within reasonable walking distances.

Thank carmelo u
Reviewed 2 days ago

We stopped off on our way to the Observatory. Great park and a lovely village with many quirky shops and stalls.

Thank Richard J
Reviewed 2 days ago

Situated to the East of London, on the south bank of Thames, Greenwich is somewhat away from the popular tourist trails. But I would recommend a visit very highly as there is plenty to see and this a peaceful and relaxing place with a lot...More

Thank Atanu_Maulik
Reviewed 3 days ago

Greenwich is noted for many significant achievements-- a "Royal Borough", a UNESCO World Heritage site... and the "PRIME MERIDIAN"-- i.e. all time zones are directly related to it as well as being the compass point where east and west meet. In addition there are many...More

Thank smdoctoroff
Reviewed 3 days ago

Greenwich, is a real place of interest on the edge of London. It includes the Greenwich Observatory and the Cutty Sark, along with a great park and a tunnel under the Thames. There are numerous eating places and hotels as well as the historic Naval...More

Thank petermathewscmg
Reviewed 3 days ago

We arrived here by taking the City Cruise boat tour from Westminster. Unfortunately, the Royal Observatory Closes at 5pm, but its surrounding park is open well into the night. We missed the observatory but were still able to walk around the park, get a picture...More

Thank Azelyaze
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lovely place to visit and plenty to do. Market is interesting with different stalls and shops. Plenty of pubs, restaurant and cafes. Nice old fashioned sweet shops. I didn't have time to walk around the park or go on the Cutty Sark, so will definitely...More

Thank Val K
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the
very concept of global time was established at Royal
Observatory, just one of several buildings of
architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole
of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park
and a number of related buildings (and one world
famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World
Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
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best restaurants
25 June 2017|
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Response from exessp | Reviewed this property |
San Miguel is a great Spanish restaurant and Cafe Rouge is good too. M&S Foods is right by Cutty Sark.
What is best way to get from Gatwick Airport to Doubletree Greenwich
23 June 2017|
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Response from xxxxx04 | Reviewed this property |
Train to London Bridge and change for over ground to Greenwich. Not far from Flea Market, Fan Museum, Theatre and park.
Hello My daughter will be attendIng university of Greenwich Avery hill campus in th fall. We want to fly to heathrow and spend three days with her touring London thenn mid week go to Paris by train then back for another three days to her. We are trying to find a place t stay either hotel or B and B close the her and where there are some stores. Rezteriants and nightlife. Also needs t be near public transportation since I cannot walk long distances. Feeling overwhelmed looking at public transportation but been told not to drive in London
1 May 2017|
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Response from 45manu | Reviewed this property |
Go by boat