Greenwich Tour

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Tour and Visit Greenwich in East London

Greenwich, also known as Greenwich Village, is one of the most beautiful and picturesque areas of the London that many people miss of their visit to the city. Experience this enchanting village with a guided Greenwich walking tour operated by out personal tour guides.

You can reach Greenwich either by public transportation on the Docklands Light Railway or visit a leisurely boat cruise from Westminster or the Tower of London in as little as 20 minutes as your Private London Tour guide tells you about the sights along the way to your Greenwich tour.

With our Greenwich tour option, you can visit Greenwich Village and learn about its naval history. There’s a reason the Docklands in the distance get their name – they were once part of the world’s largest port but are now the part of the city’s glistening financial district.

Once you arrive and as you tour Greenwich, you will marvel at its navel history. On display is the almost 150-year-old Cutty Sark ship, one the last tea clippers ever built. Greenwich Market is a fantastic place to visit filled with collectables and delicious food. 

Round out your visit with a look at the National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House Greenwich art gallery and the Royal Observatory home to the line dividing the Eastern and Western hemispheres. Turn around at the top of the hill for an amazing view of London’s skyline, ideal for photographs and a moment of relaxation.

Our Greenwich tours will provide you an insight with a different side of London, only discovered by real visitors to the city.