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Places to Visit, Shop and Relax in Greenwich

Greenwich Cutty SarkHow To Get To Greenwich:

Taking a boat to Greenwich:

Greenwich on the south bank of the River Thames has long been connected with all things nautical and perhaps one of the most scenic ways of visiting it is by boat from one of the piers in Central London. A half hourly and fast riverboat service calls at a number of piers along the way. Alternatively there is a tourist boat from Westminster Pier which sets a more leisurely pace but has an interesting commentary on all of the sights on the way, it will also briefly take you a little further downstream from Greenwich for a view of the Thames Barrier. Both services drop you off at Greenwich pier which is next to the Cutty Sark clipper ship and a two minute walk from Greenwich Town Centre to the south.

Greenwich by Overground Railway:

There is a frequent train service from Charing Cross, London Bridge and Waterloo stations to Greenwich Station which is to the west of Greenwich Town Centre and about 6 minutes walk away.  

Greenwich by Docklands Light Railway:

Cutty Sark Docklands Light Railway Station is in a shop lined passage next to Greenwich Town Centre. The railway provides a fast route to Greenwich from Canary Wharf and Stratford to the north and Lewisham to the south.

Greenwich royal nalval collegeGreenwich by Foot Tunnel:

 

The Layout of Greenwich:

Greenwich River WalkA River Walk From Greenwich: