Old Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) is Sir Christopher Wren’s twin-domed riverside masterpiece and includes Discover Greenwich, the Painted Hall and the Chapel.
The Old Royal Naval College is Sir Christopher Wren's riverside masterpiece: a British landmark encompassing some of the finest buildings in the world. Explore the newly conserved Painted Hall and the neoclassical Chapel, hear the stories of the site and of those who lived and worked here, and…
The Old Royal Naval College puts on the International Early Music Festival and Exhibition every year. What exactly does this mean? Well, it means that you’ll find a huge range of instruments for sale from ivory oboes to harps, clavichords, fiddles and bagpipes as well as orchestral performances,…
Chekc out the The Painted Hall and the Old Royal Navy College, referred to as the ‘Sistine Chapel of the UK’ – its vast decorated interior, extending to 4,000 square metres, is the masterpiece of English baroque art.
Explore the Old Royal Naval College, an architectural masterpiece designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Study the lavish altar and elegant plaster works in the neoclassical chapel and make sure to walk the impressive grounds, which have featured in many recent movies.
Beautiful newly renovated painted Hall costing £8.6 million. Lots of movies have been filmed here and music concerts in the summer. Right on the river and in the middle of Greenwich.
“Clink Street is a street in Bankside, London, UK, between Southwark Cathedral and the Globe Theatre. Narrow, dark and cobbled, it is best known as the historic location of the notorious Clink Prison, giving rise to the slang phrase 'in the clink', meaning 'in prison'. The prison was burned down in riots during 1780, and a small museum and tourist attraction now occupies part of the site.”
“Amazing royal park I always feel relax when coming here. There's a deer park, flower garden, tennis courts, Meridian line and the Royal Observatory. From the top of the park you can see stunning views. It is open until 9pm in Summer where you can catch a beautiful sunset.”
“Sunday’s morning walks are the best, freshest ingredients, baked breads and more.”
“Known forOrigin of the Great Fire of London Pudding Lane is a minor street in London widely known for being the location of Thomas Farriner's bakery where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. It is off Eastcheap, near London Bridge and the Monument, in the historic City of London.”