GREENWICH MEAN TIME, ROYAL OBSERVATORY AND 0° LONGITUDE
OLD ROYAL NAVAL HOSPITAL INCLUDING THE STUNNING PAINTED HALL
GREENWICH PARK, EQUESTRIAN SITE FOR THE 2012 OLYMPICS
Explore this World Heritage Site with its unique atmosphere, fascinating
history and some of London's most beautiful buildings with your
own personal guide to bring it to life.
We can take the Docklands Light Railway to the park where Canaletto
painted his famous view of Greenwich, before walking under the River
The amazing history of Greenwich placed it at the heart of the British
Empire and the centre of the world. Hear the stories behind this
world-renowned maritime site with the opportunity to visit the National
Maritime Museum and some of the grandest buildings in London, including
the stunning Painted Hall and Chapel.
On top of the hill, with commanding views of London, sits the Royal
Observatory where you can stand astride the Greenwich Meridian with
one foot in the East and one in the West. Hear about the famous
competition to measure longitude and see the winning clock that
revolutionised naval navigation. There is the option of returning
to Central London by boat along the River Thames.