Greenwich Park, London
About Greenwich Park, London
Greenwich Park, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: London SE10 8QY, United Kingdom
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 09:30 pm Details
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Outdoors, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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Greenwich Park is a nice hunting park in Greenwich which is said to be one of the largest single green spaces in the south east region of London. The park holds fine views over the Thames River, the Isle of Dogs and the city of London. The park is usually open all round the year for everyone.
Greenwich Park can be a great family outing to spend a day in London. Greenwich Park has a popular playground for children and even has a boating lake for your entire family. On another level of the park, you will find a beautiful flower garden which even includes a large pond of duck.
Greenwich Park Information
- Greenwich Park is open from 6:00 am for pedestrians and 7:00 am for traffic all year round.
- Please confirm timings before your visit.
- Prices vary according to events.
- Parking facility available with nominal fees.
- Access to wheel chair and public toilets available.
- The park is closed to through traffic at weekends and bank holidays.
How To reach Greenwich Park by Public Transport
- Greenwich car park south
Restaurants Near Greenwich Park
- Pavilion Tea house Old Brewery Gaucho
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Probably one of the most visited of all the royal parks; because of its location in historic Greenwich which is a tourism hot spot. A nice place for romantic adventures, group picnics, or a private quiet relaxation. Located very close to the town centre and so easily accessible by bus or train.
Absolutely lovely park. Its for all ages people, come with toddler and have fun, enjoy time with friends or enjoy a family day out, even bring food and drinks & a tent to enjoy a day out. A great place for natural enthusiasts, the wast verity of trees shrubs and flora and fauna wont disappoint you. Don't forgot the rose garden and uphill flower garden. Spend a late evening and enjoy the sunset.
Beautiful place for spending a day out. And the bonus is that you get to see Shepherds magnetic clock, Royal observatory, planetarium, maritime museum and many other things. You need to walk onto the mountain to see this, so have enough energy.
Stunning views from this huge park! Can get very busy at weekends/half term on sunny days. Well worth the trip out of town to visit 🌳
Absolutely outstanding.....one of the best of London's great parks! Take the kids, dogs and grandparents- something for everyone. Deer part is beautiful.
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