Greenwich may be five miles outside of central London, but it’s well worth a trip. The neighbourhood features countless historic landmarks, a vibrant city centre and one of the largest performance arenas in the world. It’s also home to the Maritime Museum, making the trip to Greenwich more than worth it! As a result Footprints Tours have put together The Ultimate Guide to The National Maritime Museum.
Have a look at our guide for the best things to do in Greenwich to find out more!
Greenwich has a long history of shipbuilding and naval exploration and is home to the World’s Largest Martime Museum. Discover amazing stories of exploration and adventure at sea, and see the uniform which Admiral Nelson wore at the Battle of Trafalgar. The Museum forms part of the maritime Greenwich world heritage site and is housed in beautiful 17th Cetury Queen’s House. Accompany the visit with a trip to The Royal Observatory, The Cutty Sark and The Royal Naval College.
Opening Hours: Every Day 10:00am- 17:00pm
Cutty Sark for Maritime, Greenwich (DLR Line)
Greenwich Pier (RB1, RB1X)
Parking in Greenwich is limited, particularly at weekends. There are off-street pay-and-display car parks in Greenwich Park (run by the Royal Parks; 250 spaces, maximum 4 hours).