London Greenwich

Greenwich has a profound maritime heritage, reflected in its historic landmarks and cultural institutions. The Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum offer fascinating insights into the city's maritime history. Greenwich's architecture tells a story of royal patronage and naval power, from the elegant Queen's House to the grand Old Royal Naval College.


Apart from its historic sites, Greenwich offers a plethora of recreational activities. Visit the world's prime meridian line at the Royal Observatory, indulge in retail therapy at Greenwich Market, or take a leisurely stroll in Greenwich Park. From touring historic landmarks to attending live music events, there's always something happening in this vibrant borough.

Food and Drink

Greenwich's food scene is as diverse as its cultural heritage. The area is known for its traditional British pubs serving local ales and classic British dishes. The Greenwich Market is a foodie haven with vendors selling everything from artisanal cheeses and breads to international cuisine. Enjoy traditional afternoon tea or savor the flavors of London's famous fish and chips.


Greenwich offers a vibrant nightlife scene catering to a wide range of tastes. From lively pubs offering live music and local brews, sophisticated wine bars, to theatres showcasing local and international performances, there's something for everyone. The O2 Arena in nearby North Greenwich is a hub of entertainment, hosting world-class concerts and events.


Greenwich plays host to a variety of cultural festivals and events throughout the year. The Greenwich+Docklands International Festival in summer showcases outdoor performing arts, while the Greenwich Comedy Festival brings laughter to the royal park. Additionally, the Greenwich Early Music Festival and the Greenwich Film Festival are key events in the cultural calendar.