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Glorious Greenwich London SE10 Day Itinerary

My Greenwich London SE10 Day Itinerary gives you an overview of this glorious part of the city. Kickstart your day with breakfast at Peyton and Byrne or Grind. Afterwards, explore the scenic beauty and historical sites of Greenwich Park, including the Royal Observatory and nearby and the Queen’s House. Greenwich Market offers diverse cuisines for lunch, or you can try traditional British pie and mash at Goddards. The afternoon features the historic Cutty Sark and a stroll through the Old Royal Naval College. Conclude your day with a peaceful Thames Path walk or a unique journey through the historic foot tunnel. Steeped in naval history, this UNESCO World Heritage Site has so much to offer; if you keep to a schedule, you might be able to pack a lot in!

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My Greenwich London Day Itinerary Recommendations:

8 am – 9 am: Breakfast at local cafes
9 am – 10 am: Stroll through Greenwich Park
10 am – 11 am: Visit the Royal Observatory
11 am – 12 pm: Explore the National Maritime Museum
12 pm – 1 pm: Admire the Queen’s House
1 pm – 3 pm: Lunch and market browsing
3 pm – 4 pm: Tour the Cutty Sark
4 pm – 5 pm: Old Royal Navy College exploration
5 pm – 6 pm: Enjoy a Thames Path or Tunnel walk

Greenwich London Day Itinerary Details

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Breakfast: Choose from a range of cafes like Peyton and Byrne, Grind, Ole and Steen or Gail’s.

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Greenwich Park: Marvel at the views, explore its gardens, wildlife and historical sites, including the Ranger’s House.

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Royal Observatory: An astronomy and navigation history hub featuring the Prime Meridian and the Flamsteed House. It’s located at Blackheath Avenue, London SE10 8XJ. Opening times are 10 am until 5 pm daily. You will need to purchase a ticket.

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National Maritime Museum: Dive into maritime history with diverse exhibits and sea-related artefacts. Their address is Romney Road, London SE10 9NF. Opening times are 10 am until 5 pm daily. The entrance is free.

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Queen’s House: A marvel of architecture housing over 450 maritime artworks, the beautiful tulip staircase and the great hall. You’ll find the house at Romney Road, London SE10 9NF. Opening times are 10 am until 5 pm daily. The entrance is free.

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Greenwich Market: Enjoy a variety of food stalls and local cuisines and enjoy the shops. Or eat traditional British pie and mash at Goodards, sausage and mash at Heap’s or a pub lunch.

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Cutty Sark: Discover the history of this famous British clipper ship. The Cutty Sark is at King William Walk, London SE10 9HT. Opening times are 10 am until 5 pm daily. You will need to purchase a ticket.

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Old Royal Naval College: Wander around this beautiful campus. Visit the Painted Hall and Nelson Room, rich in art and history. The address is Greenwich SE10 9NN.

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Thames Path or Foot Tunnel: A scenic route for a leisurely walk along the river or through the historic tunnel under the Thames.

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Helpful Information About Greenwich London SE10

Your day in Greenwich, SE10, combines historical discovery, cultural immersion, and culinary delights. From the heights of Greenwich Park to the depths of the Thames Tunnel, each moment is a step through history and a celebration of London’s diverse heritage. For a comprehensive overview, please go to the Visit Greenwich website. You should also pop into the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre at Pepys House, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, SE10 9LW, which is open daily from 10 am until 5 pm. You can travel to Greenwich conveniently via train, DLR, or even the Uber Boat. Enjoy your Greenwich adventure.

If you want to explore the area, you may find these articles of interest:

Best Things To Do In Greenwich:

Greenwich London SE10 Helpful Area Guide

Ten Things To Do In Greenwich

North Greenwich To Greenwich Thames Path Walk

National Maritime Museum Greenwich

The Royal Observatory Greenwich

Queen’s House Greenwich

Cutty Sark Greenwich

Best Places To Eat In Greenwich:

Goddards At Greenwich Pie And Mash

Breakfast At Peyton And Byrne Bakery Greenwich

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. To avoid disappointment, please check that the places I referenced in this article are still in business before you visit.