Maze Hill (Charlton Way)
London, Greater London SE10 9NF
+44 20 8858 2608
- In 1894 a French anarchist named Martial Bourdin was carrying a bomb through the park to the Observatory when it exploded and killed him. No one knows why he had decided to target the Observatory.
- The site of Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon events, this 183-acre park provides some amazing views of the River Thames and St. Paul's Cathedral.
- The next best views of London after Primrose Hill - worth a trek to the top by the Royal Observatory for the breathtaking panorama.
- Greenwich Park offers a wide range of facilities and points of interest, including a child-friendly boating lake, six tennis courts and the National Maritime Museum just on the perimeter.
- Lay back on the hill to watch the sky and stars!
- The best park in London, in my opinion. On a hill with an epic view, great trees and parks and borders the open space of Blackheath Common. Hard to believe it's in London sometimes.
- Home to the National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory, this park is a must-see! Stand on the Prime Meridian, enjoy the panoramic views and relax in the shade under ancient chestnut trees.
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- Great place to visit. Be there at 1pm UK time to see the 'ball fall' at exactly 1pm. Walk back thru the tunnel under the Thames. A well hidden secret but fun to do, also with kids!
- lovely view and the trees are so old :)
- dal Royal Observatory forse la pi bella vista della citt.
- Very close to my home where i used to live in london, one of the best park in london in my opinion
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- These high-performing horses are in good hands! We have equipped all the veterinary careers with our highest quality health monitoring and treatment systems.
- One of our favourite London parks- check out the amazing Greenwich market too
- The William IV (1765-1837) statue shows the sailor king dressed as Lord High Admiral. At 13 he joined the Royal Navy as a midshipman, sailing to America and the Caribbean. Find your maritime story.
- This used to be Queen Elizabeth I's back garden. Some of the tree's date back to her time and there is still a herd of deer kept in the park for royal tradition. Best park in
- Love the flower garden, the deer enclosure,and the park enclosure that's by Macartney's house,and the hilly areas at the top where you can read a book or have a picnic with a view when not too crowded
- Lovely big park with city views at the top of the hill. Has a small boating lake and rose garden. Get's pretty busy with diverse groups in warmer months.