Popular places to visit in Greenwich
Attend music and sports events, see a movie or go bowling in one of the busiest arenas in the world, situated inside this iconic dome by the River Thames.
One of London’s largest parks was once a royal hunting ground and is now a popular place to enjoy pretty flower displays, live music and superb city views.
Enjoy the student vibe with a visit to University of Greenwich, a top university in London. Experience the entertainment choices and acclaimed art galleries in this vibrant area.
National Maritime Museum is a popular museum in London with a rich history. Discover the acclaimed art galleries and notable monuments in this vibrant area.
Marvel at a famous ceiling mural in the elegant dining hall where war hero Horatio Nelson’s body lay after the Battle of Trafalgar.
Investigate the decks and hull of this handsome 19th-century wooden sailing ship, the last remaining tea clipper in the world.
Top things to do in Greenwich
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