Full Day Walking Tour
Join us on this unique small group walking tour (probably just yourselves and a couple of others) of maritime Greenwich, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Our day tour makes a wonderful day out especially if you are from out of town or even if you are a Londoner who simply wants to learn more about this very special part of London.
Put on your favourite walking shoes and join us where the tour begins, at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue which is located just outside the northern entrance to the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre – across from the new Greenwich Pier. Let our entertaining and knowledgeable tour guide show you the very best of Greenwich including: the magnificent teaclipper Cutty Sark now open after a £50 M restoration, the Old Royal Naval College (which includes the Painted Hall and the Chapel of St. Peter and St. Paul), the Greenwich Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum with its brand new Sammy Ofer wing and the Greenwich Market.
The tour includes admission fees to Cutty Sark Teaclipper, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, Queen House & a Traditional Pub Lunch.
Tour starts at 10:00 hrs. daily, including Holidays. We meet at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue, which is located just outside the northern entrance to the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre, across from the Greenwich Pier. Nearest Station is “Cutty Sark Station” on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in the centre of Greenwich (5 minutes walk to the meeting point) Tour normally completes by 4 p.m.
NOTE: ALL tours depart from the Sir Walter Raleigh Statue, at the riverside entrance to the Greenwich Visitor Centre opposite Greenwich Pier.