Free Tour Greenwich

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Located by the river, Greenwich is an idyllic place to relax and while an entire and easy day away.

This lovely two hour tour offers the opportunity to visit some of the most important icons in English History.

See a picturesque and panoramic view of The City of London, take a selfie underneath the world's largest painting (The Painted Hall - depends on opening times and visitor regulations), take a picture of the Cutty Sark which is the world's most famous tea clipper, learn about the sea in the Maritime Museum, learn about space in the Astronomy Centre and see where Henry VIII and his feuding daughters were born.

This tour offers you the opportunity to see all of this and more.

From here you can continue your journey by spending the rest of the day exploring the wonderful gastro pubs and sites Greenwich has to offer or catching a quick connection to Canary Wharf to see the heart of the capital or straight back to London Bridge.

This is a FREE 'pay as you can' tour.

Duration: 2 hours.

When: new dates to be released.

Book this tour on our website wondersoflondon.co.uk or send an email to booking@wondersoflondon.co.uk with subject GREENWICH + full name, number of participants + age, mobile number and date.

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Meeting point: in front of Subway, outside the Cutty Sark DLR station.

Route: Riverside, Riverside/The Trafalgar Tavern, Old Royal Naval College/Chapel, National Maritime Museum/Queen's House, Park/The Observatory, The Astronomy Centre, Descend hill.

Finishing Location: Greenwich Market/Vintage Market.

Appointment: 15 minutes prior to the starting time.

Recommended for everyone.

Wheelchair friendly, just note there is a big hill walk up.

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October 17, 2018 by Wonders of Londoon

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