Greenwich is just 20 minutes from Central London in Zone 2 of London’s travel network and you can see a map of Greenwich town centre here.
It’s easy to get here using Docklands Light Railway (DLR), river boat or train. The Jubilee line also runs to North Greenwich, for The O2, and is a short bus ride from Greenwich town centre, Charlton, Eltham and Woolwich.
The Docklands Light Railway goes to Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Woolwich from Bank station via Canary Wharf which is also on the Jubilee line.
You can normally travel to Greenwich, Woolwich, Eltham, and Charlton by train from Cannon Street and London Bridge. However, London Bridge station is being rebuilt in phases. Both London Bridge rail and Underground stations remain open throughout the work, but passengers will be affected at certain times by substantial service changes until the project is completed in 2018. See below for more details.
Regular riverboat services sail from Westminster, Embankment, London Bridge City, Canary Wharf and Tower Piers to Greenwich. All of these piers are wheelchair accessible, as are MBNA Thames Clippers and City Cruises boats. An Oyster Card is the easiest and cheapest way to pay for your travel on all these services. Get your own Visitor Oyster Card here.