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About GreenwichAbout Greenwich

Greenwich is a bustling borough within the capital city of London, with plenty to discover and explore at the boroughs many restaurants, shops, pubs, bars, and cafes. Greenwich's best spots include Prime meridian, the fan museum, the Maritime Museum, Greenwich pier, and Greenwich Park. Pubs in Greenwich consist of the Cutty sark, Greenwich tavern, the old brewery, Trafalgar tavern, and several others. Pubs such as the Greenwich tavern provide you with a modern style pub that sits on three floors, has a modern country house feel, and a wide variety of British/ European dishes and cocktails. The Greenwich Tavern has indoor and outdoor seating and can be hired for events. To experience some of Greenwich's finest dining, then head down to some of the borough's popular eateries such as Buffalo American grill, Sefa restaurant, Midpoint restaurant, Heaps sausage café, and plenty of others leaving your mouth bursting with flavours.

One of Greenwich's well-known attractions incorporates the historical fan centre, which praises the historical backdrop of fans and the craft of fan making. In Greenwich, London, the Fan Museum houses a broad assortment of fans worldwide, making an exciting and noteworthy experience. Wander through the ground floor and upper floor galleries to discover some fantastic collections, such as diverse models of fans throughout time. The exhibition hall is inability amicable. Those with impairments are admitted free; the Museum has sloped admittance, a lift to the Museum's upper and lower floors, toilets for individuals with disabilities, infant evolving offices, and a cloakroom. A wheelchair can be given whenever required. The Museum flaunts an on-location file, study offices, and reference library accessible for use by arrangement for scientists and scholastics. The Museum consists of a gift shop with an extensive range of products such as books, jewellery, stationery, fans, and several other unique souvenirs.

Greenwich Park is one of the borough's most popular attractions; with over four flower gardens, lush green grass stretching out for miles, wildlife, children's playgrounds, and sports facilities, there is plenty to discover and explore. Investigate, the vibrant flowerbeds of the rose nursery spread out in a semi-roundabout plan and planted with dominatingly crossover tea and floribunda roses. The rose nursery is incredibly mainstream with the recreation centre guests; the roses begin blossoming during June and July. The park also consists of traditional children's playgrounds, sports facilities, and other gardens such as the flower garden, the herb garden, the queen's orchid garden, and the herbaceous border. Enjoy the mesmerizing views of the tropical and wild plants in the flower garden, radiating several different colours, turning eyes. Greenwich Park is home to the general Wolfe statue and has tennis courts available for hire.

Visit the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Find legendary tales of investigation and try that have formed our present reality. At the museum, come face to face with portraits and history of Kings and Queens who helped shape this nation and learn about the difficulties they endured while doing so. When visiting the maritime museum, make sure to capture a photograph of the stunning ship which sits in a giant glass bottle, wander through the polar world's gallery, and discover some captivating paintings. Feel closer to the sea than ever before while viewing the sea gallery, consisting of various sculptures of floats, compasses, ships, and different other sea-related objects. This is the perfect opportunity to go back in time, as at the museum, you can find things used by famous sailors such as Christopher Columbus and Francis Drake. The national maritime museum has plenty to offer with interactive exhibits enabling adults and children to have a great experience while creating long-lasting memories and learning something useful. Activities for children consist of puppet making, ship bottle making, and various other activities held by the museum. Find a range of diverse products in the museum gift shop and hop abroad the cutty sark, which is a model ship where you can explore the cabin; discover how sailors lived, come face to face to some of the boat figureheads, steer the ship and enjoy the stunning views on the deck.

Places to eat in GreenwichPlaces to eat in Greenwich, Restaurants in Greenwich

Heap's Sausages Cafe Greenwich
Heap's Sausages
Cafe Greenwich
Gregg Irish Greenwich
Irish Greenwich
The Lost Hour British Greenwich
The Lost Hour
British Greenwich
Cafe Rouge London Greenwich French Greenwich
Cafe Rouge London Greenwich
French Greenwich
The Plumtree Cafe Cafe Greenwich
The Plumtree Cafe
Cafe Greenwich
Belushi's Greenwich American Greenwich
Belushi's Greenwich
American Greenwich

Places to drink in Greenwich Places to drink in Greenwich, Pubs and Bars in Greenwich

The Duke Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Duke
Pub/Bar Greenwich
Coach & horses Pub/Bar Greenwich
Coach & horses
Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Prince of Greenwich Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Prince of Greenwich
Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Greenwich Tavern Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Greenwich Tavern
Pub/Bar Greenwich
Greenwich Union Pub/Bar Greenwich
Greenwich Union
Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Coach & Horses Pub/Bar Greenwich
The Coach & Horses
Pub/Bar Greenwich

A brief history of GreenwichA brief history of Greenwich

Greenwich is prominent for its sea history and for giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian. The town turned into an imperial royal residence, the Palace of Placentia, from the fifteenth century. It was the origin of numerous Tudors, including Henry the eighth and Elizabeth the first. Greenwich started as a Saxon town. It was called green WIC (the word WIC implied a port). So, from the start, it was where ships and boats were tied up. From the start, Greenwich was a fishing town just as a cultivating settlement. The first St Alfege's Church was inherent in the eleventh century on the site where Alfege, Archbishop of Canterbury, was slaughtered in 1012. Nicholas Hawksmoor planned the current structure.

Popular things to do in GreenwichPopular things to do in Greenwich

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Did you know?Did you know?

Henry the eight was born in Greenwich, the borough is home to many secret tunnels and pirates of the Caribbean was filmed in Greenwich.

Hidden gems of GreenwichThe hidden gems of Greenwich

Some of the boroughs hidden gems include Greenwich foot tunnel, Greenwich park, Planetarium, the fan museum and several others waiting to be uncovered by you.

Unique to GreenwichUnique to Greenwich

Greenwich university is known for its high-quality teaching.