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.
Visitor notice: Many of our attractions, restaurants, pubs, theatres, public spaces and other venues are now reopening and have changed their practices to maintain public and staff safety. We advise that you check ahead before you visit.
Thames Clippers - the fastest fleet on the river!
Thames Clippers provide commuters and sightseers with a unique way to travel around the capital. Get to Greenwich, North Greenwich… Read more
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
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
London's first dedicated public art walk
The Line is London's first dedicated public art walk and its outdoor exhibition programme illuminates an inspiring landscape where everyone… Read more
Experience Urban Mountaineering and climb the The O2
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable 90 minute experience which will take you on an uplifting expedition across the roof of… Read more
The Thames Barrier is one of the largest movable flood…
See how the Thames Barrier works, and when it is scheduled to close . Read more
See the sun set over the City of London
One of the focal points of Greenwich Park, the General Wolfe statue stands next to the Royal Observatory overlooking the… Read more
The most historic of all London's Royal Parks
Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Greenwich Park, one of the capital's eight Royal Parks. Greenwich Park is… Read more
Picture a dramatic eighteenth-century gothic tower built by a heartbroken…
Severndroog Castle on Shooters Hill is a 60-foot high triangular, brick-built tower designed in the gothic style by architect Richard… Read more