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Have you been ‘mean-ing’ to visit Greenwich! – New Group Tour

  • The Queens House © National Maritime Museum

  • Shepherds Gate Clock, Royal Observatory ©National Maritime Museum

    Shepherds Gate Clock, Royal Observatory ©National Maritime Museum
  • Standing on the Meridian Line Greenwich ©National Maritime Museum

  • The Octagon Room Royal Observatory ©National Maritime Museum

  • National Maritime Museum Nelson Navy Gallery ©National Maritime Museum

    National Maritime Museum Nelson Navy Gallery ©National-Maritime-Museum
  • Cutty Sark Greenwich © National Maritime Museum

  • Aerial view over London, the River Thames and the historic buildings and parks of Greenwich © VisitBritain, Jason Hawkes

    London - Aerial view over London, the River Thames and the historic buildings and parks of Greenwich © VisitBritain, Jason Hawkes EXPIRES 13.8.2021
  • Greenwich © National Maritime Museum

3 day tour
From £159 per person - minimum 20 passengers

Visit Greenwich, where hemispheres meet, and royal heritage mixes with art, architecture and maritime history.

Home to a World Heritage Site, Cutty Sark, The O2 arena, Britain’s only urban cable car, London’s prettiest royal park and the Prime Meridian of the World – longitude zero.  Explore the wonders of this riverside destination with a full day’s Blue Badge tour guide and discover the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House.


Dates throughout 2021

Suggested itinerary by coach

Day 1

Travel to hotel

Travel to your hotel on the outskirts of London and enjoy some free time there.

Day 2

National Maritime Museum and Cutty Sark

Drive to Greenwich and begin your day at the Royal Observatory where you can stand astride the world-famous Meridian Line. Alongside the Royal Observatory is London’s only planetarium, providing an introduction to the wonders of the night sky. Visit the Queen’s House famous for its art, architecture and royal history and discover paintings by some of Britain’s greatest masters including Turner, Gainsborough and Stubbs Next stop is the National Maritime Museum where you can explore Britain’s momentous naval history including the ‘Nelson, Navy, Nation’ gallery.

After a 2-course lunch in Greenwich you’ll visit the Cutty Sark, the fastest ship of her age and last surviving tea clipper. The ship has been raised over three metres allowing you to walking directly underneath and touch the original hull planks and iron framework.

Day 3

Travel home after extra time in Greenwich

After breakfast you may wish to return to Greenwich and visit Greenwich market for shopping as well as the Chapel at the Old Royal Naval College. Alternatively for a unique way to see the sights you could take a return trip on the Thames Clipper from North Greenwich to Westminster.

Suggested hotels

We offer a large selection of hotels in the Greenwich, Docklands and South London areas.

Please contact us for more details.

  3 days
Friday arrival – 2021 dates from £159.00 per person

Single supplement available upon request

All prices are per person based on sharing a double or twin room and with coach driver or group organiser's free place in a single room, both are based on a minimum 20 full fare paying passengers. Prices do not include coach hire or travel insurance. Dates are subject to availability. Smaller groups can be quoted for on request. Picture is for illustrative purposes only.

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