The first time I have been to Greenwich and it certainly won’t be the last. I did not get through all the attractions and historical pages in one trip. Some of the attractions are free and some you have to pay for so wise to balance this and see what you are really interested in. Greenwich is a charming suburb. The Royal Navy was based here and their facilities are still here and well worth a look. Beautiful old buildings and you can look at the beautifully painted ceilings in the dining room. This is only open for a short time if you choose to do the tour through the refurbishment of the ceiling. We didn’t want to pay for this and there is a section you can see that is not covered by the scaffolding so you don’t have to pay the money to see some of the ceiling.
The park behind the Royal Navy buildings are beautiful, the Maritime museum is free and then there is the Royal Observatory, the Meridean Line (and you can stand with one foot each side outside the Observatory for free) so plenty to do. My suggestion would be to come and go to Greenwich by ferry.
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