Greenwich is a nice little town in the south-east of London which sits on the banks of River Thames, accessible with a 20-minute journey from London (Bank Station) and is a popular destination for tourists because of its maritime and astronomy history. The area, Royal Greenwich Park is host to the Royal Museum Greenwich, which is… Read More
My kids had a ball here! And what a delight it was to re-visit this legendary 19th century sailing ship that was the fastest ship in her time. This is the only surviving tea clipper in the world today.
The Cutty Sark is suitable for a family fun-day out and for children from three-years upwards. I am certain that your kids will have a splendid … Read More
I am sure that you will not be bored with a visit to the National Maritime Museum here 😊 as it features popular artworks and space-photography that will capture your interest from the time you walk-in as it did mine, on this visit. This maritime museum is the largest in the UK and is possibly also the largest of its kind in the world. This iconic building is part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. I was particularly… Read More
The Queen’s House is a historic royal house which served as a former royal residence, Greenwich Palace, where Elizabeth I was born. It was built between 1616 and 1636 and was designed by the famous architect, Inigo Jones, who was inspired by his travels in Italy and the Queen’s House was the first Classical building … Read More
When one thinks of the town Greenwich, one can immediately relate the town to GMT, the Greenwich Mean Time, the Prime Meridian of the world, where zero- degree longitude is marked – Yes! it is the home where time begins and ends, where… Read More