Visiting Greenwich


Visit Greenwich and explore the Royal Park and more

Greenwich Visitor Guide

Greenwich in south east London has a plentiful supply of attractions for visitors from home or abroad. Greenwich.co.uk has put together the following guides for visitors who are coming to SE10.

If you are visiting Greenwich, why not check out Greenwich.co.uk's new Nelson in Greenwich trail where you can discover the statues, busts and more about the immortal hero in maritime Greenwich.

More information can be found in Greenwich by visiting the Tourist Information Centre which is in the Discover Greenwich building just next to the Cutty Sark.

Visit Greenwich by river

Thames Clipper services arrives at Greenwich Pier (for Maritime Greenwich & Greenwich Town Centre) and at North Greenwich Pier (for the O2). You can also arrive at Greenwich Peninsula over the river by using the cable car from the Royal Docks.

Visit Greenwich by Railway/Tube/DLR

Greenwich Railway Station and Greenwich DLR station will bring you out in West Greenwich with the town centre and Maritime Greenwich just a short walk along Greenwich High Road.

Maze Hill Railway Station is just next to Greenwich Park. Charlton Station is a short bus ride away from the O2 (Dome).

Cutty Sark DLR station is, as the name suggests, in the heart of the town next to the Cutty Sark.

North Greenwich underground station is on the Jubilee Line and very close to the O2.

Visit Greenwich by Car

There are council-run Pay and Display car parks in Burney Street, Park Row and under Cutty Sark Gardens. These cost (at the time of writing) £2.50 per hour, paid for at the machines or by mobile phone. There are also parking meters on various streets around the town.

If visiting North Greenwich or the O2, the O2 operates its own car parks with different areas and tariffs for those just visiting or those attending events.