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Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park covers 73 hectares and is the oldest royal park. Greenwich Park is on a hill, with impressive views across the Thames to the Docklands and the city of London, between Blackheath and the Thames on the edge of Maritime Greenwich.

Several historic buildings can be found in the immediate vicinity, including the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Old Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House.

This place has been inhabited since the time of the Romans, but Greenwich will always remain strongly associated with royalties. From the moment the land was inherited by Henry V.’s brother, generations of princes have embraced this park in their hearts.

Visit this park to view the animals. There is a large fenced grassland that is a safe haven for deer, foxes and birds.

Opening Hours

Daily from 6 am to 6 pm.

How to get there

Greenwich Church Street (Stop B): 188, 199 Greenwich Town Centre / Cutty Sark (Stop C/D): 286
Cutty Sark
Greenwich Pier
Saunders Ness Road
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