A visit to historic Greenwich is an opportunity to experience so many of the best things to do in London, all in one incredible day. Attractions include the world famous Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, Peter Harrison Planetarium, National Maritime Museum and Queen's House.
With five different attractions in a single, easy-to-reach location, you and your family will be amazed and entertained all day long – for a great-value price.
Want to breathe in the history of old London?
Explore some of the most ancient parts of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the Royal Observatory and Prime Meridian - home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the Astronomer Royal's house and the majestic Cutty Sark.
Seeking London’s Royal history?
Come visit the Queen’s House and admire the works of art in ‘England’s first Classical building.’ Located in one of London’s most gorgeous Royal Parks, you can also visit the relatives of deer introduced to the park by King Henry VIII in the 1500s.
Or how about something out of this world?
Take time out at London’s planetarium and explore the wonders of the universe with expert commentary from real astronomers. Fly to the heart of the Sun, visit distant galaxies, and discover what Mars is really like.
You’ll also discover incredible gardens, magnificent English architecture and stunning views over the River Thames (for that ultimate selfie). Come rain or shine, you’ll find so many things to do.
And it’s so easy to get here
London isn’t as big as you might think and you can get to Greenwich from your hotel just by hopping on a Tube, catching a cab or grabbing a train on the Docklands Light Railway. For the ultimate London experience, take a boat trip to Greenwich from central London along the River Thames.