Greenwich Park hosts the Prime Meridian Line and Royal Observatory as well as being part of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site which is home to The National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Naval College.
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A beautiful park, it has a vast greenery, the Royal observatory, the Queens House and a deer park
Greenwich Park has great views over London and is very close to lots of great pubs and places to eat. Its a great place to check out the sunset. It's also very close to Greenwich Market which is located in a WHO site and is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00-17.30 and packed with arts, crafts…
I never tire of this park and visit it every few days when in London. It is a favourite with joggers, has a great children’s playground and provides access to many great sites and views including the Royal Naval Museum and the Freddie Offer Wing. There is a good cafe in the museum. There is a…
Greenwich park is lovely with stunning views. Nearby markets are good for food options too. Walk up the hill for Greenwich Mean Time
A bit further afield but definitely worth a visit is greenwich Park, which is home to the Maritime Museum )greats kids play area inside), the GMT clock, and the observatory. It’s playground is immense and you could easily spend half a day in various areas there.
A Stunning Park, Free To Visit And Open For Everyone Every Day Of The Year. Plenty To See And Do. Wildlife Conservation. Award-Winning Royal Parks. Varied Sports Facilities. Home To Diverse Wildlife.
One of London’s most beautiful parks. Visit the Observatory, rose garden, deer park and in the summer there’s a boating lake. The park is 10-15 minutes walk. A great day out would be walking to the park, visiting the sites above and then directly through to Greenwich village and the Cutty Sark…
“A stroll around Greenwich Market is a must! There are plenty of eclectic stalls, shops and a great food scene. ”
“500 years of maritime history packed into one fantastic space. Hands-on exhibits make it fun for younger kids but this is definitely an all-ages attraction. Battles and boats galore plus free themed talks. (2 restaurants) ages: 3+ tube: Maze Hill or Cutty Sark (DLR) open: 10:00 to 17:00 costs: Free”
“Independent cinema showing mainstream to foreign films, with a bar and 2 restaurants.”
“An observatory situated on a hill in Greenwich Park, overlooking the River Thames. It played a major role in the history of astronomy and navigation, and because the prime meridian passes through it, it gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time.”
“Beautiful newly renovated painted Hall costing £8.6 million. Lots of movies have been filmed here and music concerts in the summer. Right on the river and in the middle of Greenwich.”