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Visit Greenwich time after time - London, England

Home to the Meridian Line and Greenwich Mean Time,  Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House, The O2, Emirates Air Line cable car, Old Royal Naval College, Eltham Palace, Ranger’s House, Greenwich Market and Greenwich Park.
Local Events for 2019 

• NBA Basketball, The O2 – 17 January

• The Brit Awards, The O2 – 20 February  

• The Big Half – 10 March Tower Bridge to Greenwich half-marathon

   finishing at Greenwich Park with a festival for all the family

• C2C Country to Country Festival – 8 to 10 March

• Painted Hall re-opening – tbc March

• English Tourism Week – 30 March to 7 April

• 2019 London Marathon – 28 April Starts in Greenwich Park

• Royal Greenwich Festivals – spring/summer

• Sail Royal Greenwich – spring/summer • Greenwich + Docklands International Festival – June/July

• Moon Festival, tbc – July

• Greenwich Music Time, Old Royal Naval College – 1 to 7 July

• On Blackheath – 7 – 8 September  • Totally Thames – September

• Greenwich Comedy Festival – September

• Greenwich Performs – October

• Nitto ATP Finals, The O2 – November

• Blackheath Fireworks – November

• Christmas at Greenwich Market – November / December

• Panto at Greenwich Theatre, November to January

• London Pantomime Horse Race, Greenwich – December


Don't Forget:

From central London, get here in 20 minutes by Docklands Light Railway and wander through Greenwich Park to the Royal Observatory and the Planetarium, or fly 90m high on the Emirates Air Line into a world class show at The O2 arena. 


OUR TIP: There’s too much to see in just one day so book into a luxurious local hotel or comfortable B&B and stay a while – Greenwich is always worth a little extra time!

Royal Borough of Greenwich 

Visit Greenwich, the place where hemispheres meet and royal heritage combines with contemporary architecture. It’s home to a World Heritage Site, The O2 arena, Britain’s only urban cable car, London’s prettiest royal park and the Prime Meridian of the World - longitude zero.


Whatever your interest there’s something you’ll love - fabulous baroque artistry in the Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College, designer-maker arts and crafts in Greenwich Market, and the beautifully conserved Cutty Sark, the fastest ship of her age. Explore Britain’s momentous naval history at the National Maritime Museum and enjoy the views in a riverside pub. Speed down the river in a streamlined catamaran or cruise through London’s landmarks to Greenwich, the mighty Thames Barrier and the historic Royal Arsenal in Woolwich. 

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