There’s loads to do in Greenwich, LOADS. Climb over the roof of the most popular entertainment venue in the world, fly in a cable car across the river Thames, land an airliner in a fantastic flight simulator, stand at the start of time, whizz down the river in a high-powered boat, wander some world-class museums or simply stroll in the park or along the river. It’s your choice! Here are a few ideas.
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The Emirates Air Line flies you over the Thames
360 degree views of the city, ninety metres high, flying across the river on the UKs only urban cable car.… Read more
There's much more to do than you think!
The O2 isn't just an amazing entertainment venue, it's a day out that all the family can enjoy. There's big… Read more
Spend an afternoon browsing the markets in Greenwich...
Spend an afternoon browsing the markets in Greenwich and pick up some beautiful gifts for family and friends. Greenwich Market… Read more
For some of the best views of Greenwich!
The Greenwich Foot Tunnel runs beneath the river Thames between Greenwich and Island Gardens on the Isle of Dogs. The… Read more
A fun filled, adrenaline experience
Making dreams happen and living life to the fullest
A combination of a café, a co-working space, a learning center and a popup venue. Read more
Inspired by Harry Lewis' YouTube channel W2S
KickTown uses the latest tech from the gaming and leisure industries to bring epic football challenges to life. Read more
A new immersive adventure game at the National Maritime Museum
A unique experience that combines mobile games with interactive theatre. Read more
18 holes of fun to explore inspired from famous holes…
A fantastic new Crazy Putt London Adventure Golf Facility with 18 holes inspired from famous holes around the world. Read more
London's first dedicated public art walk
The Line is a free public art walk between The O2 and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, following the waterways along… Read more