Best of Greenwich Walking Tour in London Including Lunch

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  • Day Trip
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 6.5 hr

Enjoy a fully-guided walking tour of maritime Greenwich. On your 6.5-hour walking tour you will visit the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark; the Greenwich Royal Observatory; the National Maritime Museum; the Old Royal Naval College, home of the Painted Hall; the recently-renovated Queen's House; the Greenwich Market; and end your tour with a traditional pub lunch by the River Thames. Your fun and educational walking tour is a great way to experience the history, culture and architecture of this unique area of London.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Graham Bleasdale t/a Greenwich Royal Tours

Start your guided tour of Greenwich at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue, which is located just outside the northern entrance to the Greenwich Tourism Information Centre. 

Visit the Cutty Sark, a beautiful ship that was fully restored and opened to the public in 2012, following a £50 Million restoration. Continue your tour with a visit to St. Alfege's Church, designed by the renowned architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. There has been a church located on this site for a thousand years.

Catch views of the River Thames and enjoy a traditional lunch in a riverside pub. Pub favorites such as fish and chips are on the menu, along with complimentary tea, coffee, or soda. After lunch, explore the Greenwich Observatory and the prime meridian. Visit the prime meridian and head into the historic Flamsteed House, designed by the great Sir Christopher Wren.

Continue your tour to the National Maritime Museum,the largest of its type in the world. Visit the Old Royal Naval College and its magnificent Painted Hall. Conclude your tour at the Greenwich Market, filled with local artisans and international food stands.
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