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  • Greenwich Tour Guides Association

    Greenwich Tour Guides Association

    Greenwich Tour Guides Association
    Heritage tours with local experts


    Greenwich Tour Guides Association, established in 1988, is the original Greenwich guiding organisation.  Working exclusively in Greenwich with specialist guides offering tailor made tours to suit your group requirements.  They can help you plan your visit to insure that you all enjoy your time in Greenwich.  Bespoke tours cover all aspects of Greenwich and can include interiors of the main attraction.

    Let the entertaining and qualified guides help you get the most from your time in Greenwich.

    Group rates on request.


    Running daily tours starting from the Tourist Information Desk located inside the Visitor Centre of the Old Royal Naval College.  This is a few minutes from Greenwich Pier and the Cutty Sark station on Docklands Light Railway and a short walk from Greenwich main line railway station.

    Tickets cost £10/person and are available on the day from the Tourist Information Desk
    – no need to book in advance.

    The Greenwich Heritage and Meridian Tour lasts 90 minutes and includes the main history of Greenwich including the Cutty Sark, the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich Park, the Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory.   It will cover the history of Greenwich Palace (no longer standing) and the connection to Greenwich of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and architects such as Christopher Wren as well as the importance of time and longitude.

    Access permitting the tour includes a visit to the Chapel and a short introduction to the interior of the Queen’s House.
    The tour will cross the Prime Meridian Line.