Places of interest

The Royal Observatory

Discover the past, present and future wonders of astronomy at the centre of time. Here you can stand astride two hemispheres at the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the world's Prime Meridian, travel the universe in London's only planetarium, and touch a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid.

The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark reopened in April 2012, beginning a new chapter in the extraordinary life of the last surviving nineteenth century tea clipper, the fastest and greatest of her time. She is a living testimony to the bygone, glorious days of sail and, most importantly, a monument to those that lost their lives in the merchant service. Venture aboard and beneath one of the world’s most famous ships. Walk along the decks in the footsteps of the merchant seamen who sailed her over a century ago. Explore the hold where precious cargo was stored on those epic voyages.

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park hosts the Prime Meridian Line and Royal Observatory as well as being part of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site which is home to The National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Naval College. The oldest enclosed Royal Park, Greenwich dates back to 1427 and offers spectacular views across the River Thames to St Paul's Cathedral and beyond.

Greenwich Market

Discover London’s only historic market set within a World Heritage site. Surrounded by independent and boutique shops and a well established designer-maker trend means you are sure to find something different. Enjoy a relaxing time with a great choice of take away food from the market and a range of gastro pubs, restaurants, cafes and wine bars within an easy stroll.

Up the creek comedy club

Situated in the heart of Greenwich is this quirky little comedy club. It has an intimate and cosy atmosphere, good beer and sometimes some great comedy!

The Tate London

London art gallery housing the UK's collection of modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day and hosting special exhibitions and events.

The Design Museum

The Design Museum has championed creative thinking and inspired problem solving, celebrating the talent of the world’s best designers and architects. The museum showed what Jonathan Ive could do before he went to Apple, it is the place that Puma chose to show the world Yves Béehar’s ground breaking shoe packaging that cut carbon emissions by half and it gave Zaha Hadid her first solo show in Britain.