Known for

Greenwich Mean Time
Cutty Sark
National Maritime Museum


Greenwich is full of fascinating places to visit and is a bit of a hidden gem just down the Thames from central London. Home to the world-famous 02 Arena and Greenwich Theatre, the area has no shortage of entertainment in the evenings. And during the day, museums, parks and a planetarium provide plenty of fun for the family.



Food and drink

Food & Drink

The area has a rich offering of food and drink reflecting its deep maritime history. The O2 Arena is home to stalls for when you’re attending a gig, but it’s in Greenwich itself where you’ll find a much larger and more exciting range of cuisines in Greenwich Market. Other great venues include:

  • Rivington Grill restaurant
  • Greenwich Tavern

Queen's house Greenwich

Culture and events

Art, legend, intrigue: stemming from its rich history Greenwich hosts many events throughout the year:

  • Greenwich Market
  • Greenwich Theatre
  • Royal Observatory
  • Royal Greenwich music festivals (June-September)
  • Tall ships festival

Greenwich Market Food Stall


An eclectic and extensive mix of venues offers shopping from permanent locations and fleeting stalls, with pop-up markets a regular feature bringing something new throughout the year:

  • Greenwich Market
  • Greenwich Shopping Park
  • Clocktower Market


Days out

Its rich maritime history and long connection to Britain’s Royal Family means there’s much on offer for the whole family in Greenwich. More recently it has occupied a central place in the UK music scene:

  • National Maritime Museum
  • Cutty Sark
  • Queen’s house
  • Greenwich Park
  • O2 Arena
  • Emirates Air Line (Cable car)

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