Starting at Cutty Sark, the famous 19th-century clipper ship, we explore legendary sites like the Queen's House, and the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College. A true highlight, we will visit the Greenwich Royal Observatory and here, you will discover the origins of the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and take a picture with one foot on either side of the Prime Meridian. We end at the historic Greenwich Market, dating back to the 17th century, where you can browse through both antiques and modern independent designs. The market also has street food that you’ll love. I’ll also point you towards our favorite restaurants with a view of the Thames River. Along this tour, I’ll point out little known nuggets of information that only the locals know about. Whether you’re a maritime history buff, a foodie or if it’s that perfect Instagram picture you’re looking for, I’ll help you get that special Greenwich experience.
Greenwich is my home now for some time and I’ve spent a lot of time discovering the little intricacies that truly make Greenwich the epicenter of British history and culture. As a local, I’ll take you to the popular must-sees of Greenwich but also the hidden gems, which are every bit as thrilling.
1 bottled water per guest
Ever thought about going 15m under the river Thames? Built in the 19th century beneath the Thames, we’ll visit the mysterious 370m-long tunnel, which was constructed in such a way that it looks like it never ends. This is one of the few unusual sites you’ll visit on this tour.
Discover Greenwich with a local