Once an ancient village on the banks of the Thames, this 21st Century London neighbourhood is dedicated to green parks and playtime, social spaces, historic monuments and a world-famous market. There’s everything on tap to help 
you get the most out of life in bustling Greenwich.

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Telescopes / Planetarium / Prime Meridian
We’re as famous for looking at the stars as we are for keeping time. 
With British naval history at the UNESCO Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site - this world-famous neighbourhood has plenty to discover.


There is always something bringing people here to where two hemispheres meet. Artisan brewers rub shoulders with art and culture. Style connoisseurs delve for treasures in independent boutiques and the bustle and buzz of Greenwich Market. Families enjoy time at the park, and there’s even room for countryside pursuits.

Mudchute Park and Farm photo
Mudchute Park and Farm
National Maritime Museum photo
National Maritime Museum
Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range photo
Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range
The O2 photo
The O2


Concerts / Ravensbourne / Watersports
Head a little north and Greenwich changes once more, with concerts and culture at the world’s favourite O2 arena, watersports on the banks of the Thames and the new Ravensbourne college campus welcoming in the latest talent.


A buzzing neighbourhood attracts a spirit to the area, filled with local independent stores you can depend on to sell everything from fresh produce, butchery, fish, and wine, to flowers for the table

 Theatre of Wine photo
Theatre of Wine
Maze Hill Pottery photo
Maze Hill Pottery
Drings butchers photo
Drings butchers
woolven Flowers and the Creaky shed photo
Woolven Flowers
Prykes fishmongers photo
Prykes fishmongers
The Creaky shed photo
The Creaky Shed

swimming pool pool

Just next door at The Greenwich Centre, double-up on leisure time in not one, but two swimming pools. Then you can dance, workout and run in the gym and studio, before recovering in the restaurant or café.

Swimming pool photo


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11 minute commute

The Courtyard at Greenwich Square is hard to leave, but when you do the commute is easy, with trains from Maze Hill to London Bridge in just 11 minutes and buses to North Greenwich in under 15 minutes. It’ll fly by.

11 minute commute


However you travel – overground, underground, on the water by Thames Clippers, or up in the air by the thrilling Emirates Air Line – the only cable car in the capital – great transport connects you to central London.

Transport times and map

*All journey times are calculated from The Courtyard via Google