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Greenwich Highlights

Half Day Tour

  • Personal tour guide with maximum of 10 persons

  • This is a guided walking tour and moderate fitness is recommended.

  • All admission fees included

  • Teaclipper Cutty Sark, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich Royal Observatory and National Maritime Museum.

  • Fun & eco-friendly way to enjoy historic Greenwich.

  • Cost: £165 for Adults, £160 for Seniors and Children (ages 6-15), Free for under 5’s.

  • Royal Museums Greenwich sometimes closes individual venues on this tour, as well as the Best of Greenwich Day Tour without notice (e.g. Movie Shoot) .We still continue to run both tours daily even though an individual venue might be closed.

   * Make your tour private (just you and the guide). Simply check "Tour is private" at checkout. Cost: £100 extra.

   * Single travellers are welcome: book as one adult or one senior, check "Single traveller only" at checkout. Cost: £100 single supplement.

 Our Greenwich Highlights Half Day Tour makes for 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. Tour includes: onboard teaclipper Cutty SarkGreenwich Royal ObservatoryNational Maritime Museum, and the Old Royal Naval College. All admission fees are included.

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Starting at the Greenwich Visitor Centre, you'll walk along the River Thames towards the nearby Old Royal Naval College, which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. On our tour, we visit the Old Royal Naval College where the Royal Navy had its training college, up until the Millenium.
From there you will walk up to the world famous Greenwich Royal Observatory, site of the Prime Meridian. Here visitors will see the line that divides the Western and Eastern hemispheres of the globe. Another highlight here, are the unique clocks designed by John Harrison, which solved the "longitude" problem for seafarers.
Following the visit to the Observatory, walk down to the largest maritime museum in the world: the National Maritime Museum. Britain's seafaring past and history as a naval power is on showcase here. You'll have the opportunity to rest your feet and enjoy a tea or coffee break in the charming Museum cafe.
From here, your guide will take you aboard the world-famous clipper ship Cutty Sark. In her time, at the very end of the Age of Sail, she was the fastest ship on water. Newly restored for a staggering price tag of 50 million pounds, she was reopened to the public on May 1st, 2012. The tour ends at the historic Greenwich Market, home to art galleries, antiques and amazing street food.

” Great afternoon. Greenwich had so many interesting aspects, Would definitely recommend!. “

– James, U.S.A.

 

”    Would definitely recommend the tour to friends. Our guide provided a very thorough tour while still making it feel very personalized. Excellent!  ””

–  Beth, Australia

 

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Cost: £165 per adult. £160 for Seniors and children 6 - 16.

* Single travellers please note: due to the economics of guided tours, you will be paying a single supplement of £100. Normally, you will be getting a private tour.

Payment: advance booking only. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners and ApplePay.

 

Times

Times: Tour starts at 10:00 a.m. daily, including Holidays. Tour normally completes by 1:30 p.m.

Meeting Point

Tour meets at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue which is located just outside the northern entrance to the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre, just across from the Greenwich Pier.

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