Spent the day visiting this area. Lots to see, especially the Cutty Sark. Very good for children, would recommend.
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I had never been to Greenwich even after living in London and returning regularly for short visits. I took the opportunity while I was visiting my daughter and we went with her 7 mo old daughter. We enjoyed the naval museum (also a nice place...More
Our 5th trip to London and we were determined to do something different this time. It was a Sunday and we set off on a long journey West, ending up at Greenwich in the early afternoon. On alighting from the bus, the first thing you...More
Everyone wants to stand on the line at 0 degrees, but the rest of the attraction was not very engaging unless you like time and clocks. The set out is very traditional museum with virtually no interaction. My 12 year old and I got bored...More
If you plan on going to Greenwich then go to Westminster Pier and take one of the River boat cruises we paid £16 pounds each return, not only do you get fantastic views of all the city but a commentary on the different sites buildings...More
Although I have visited London many times this was the first time that I visited Greenwich. Spent my time around the park and the historic buildings nearby, Royal Observatory, Navel College and museum. So much to see. Will be back.
Greenwich is a lovely area of London. Really nice to roam and there are some free museums royal naval museum which had a free exhibit of photographs on when we visited which added value to our time there. Across the road there is the royal...More
We got to Greenwich via the DLR and the Emirates Cable Cars then a bus, did the park, the Observatory, looked round the Maritime Museum and the Queens House before strolling down past the Cutty Sark to get the Riverbus back up to Millbank, a...More
Greenwich is not the easiest place to get to, but if you have time go! The Christopher Wren buildings are imposing, the surrounding gardens welcoming. We walked up the hill to the Observatory - excellent!
We went to Greenwich by the Thames River Cruise. It took us about an hour and a half to reach there. It's a very beautiful place with lovely ships and architectural buildings. One must visit this place if they are traveling to London.