People tend to check in during these times:
Greenwich Park hosts the Prime Meridian Line and Royal Observatory as well as being part of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site which is home to The National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Naval College.
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 next best views of London after Primrose Hill - worth a trek to the top by the Royal Observatory for the breathtaking panorama.
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.
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.
walk up the one tree hill for a tourist free view of the docklands
Try and spot the wild parakeets
Greenwich Park is a great place to relax, but also to enjoy the Royal Observatory and the ancient naval memorabilia. Lots of nice bars and restaurants in Greenwich too!
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
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 :)
Great park for sledging! Good choice of hills for beginners to the more extrerme!
These high-performing horses are in good hands! We have equipped all the veterinary careers with our highest quality health monitoring and treatment systems.
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.
One of our favourite London parks- check out the amazing Greenwich market too
Try to arrive just before the sunset: it looks impressive from the top of the hill!
Lyndunne having a birthday in Greenwich Park with his friend Jake. It was a beautiful day for a picnic. The park is very clean and peaceful to take the family out for the day.
The Royal Observatory offers great views of London, especially Canary Wharf
if you want to visit Greenwich Park, I suggest you to take ferry from Westminster Bridge to Greenwich, its around £13 ticket. 50% discount ONLY applies MONDAY to FRIDAY for ONLINE BOOKINGS. ;)
If u neva seen a squirrel b4 dis is da best place 4 u
Stay away from people with balls, they can be hazardous.
Keep out of my way - i'm walking
Try to find the deer park! It's so elusive, but so worth it :)
A lovely place to go. Lots of space and central to Greenwich town centre and near the stations.
Great London view
Sitting on the very top of the hill under the Observatory gives you the best and broadest view of the city.
Everyday walk. Amazing.
Go for a run around the park. See the observatory and the view of London and the Thames from the South.
Picnic in the flower gardens if with kids. Only buy ice cream on a hot day if you are willing to queue for an hour. Check out the Deer (hidden away but lovely). Observatory for best view in London.
One of the most beautiful parks in London, a must seen. Absolute fantastic view from One Tree Hill Point. There are so many different scenes to enjoy here.
A big park with a lot of interesting spots/heritage to see in. A little bit like an open air museum. You can't play with the deer, but you can find VERY friendly squirrels out there.
Nearest and our special place summer for sunbath tennis or winter for walk by cycling or etc stunning views chilling background !
Went there twice and each time the grass was... yellow... Anyway, this is a great place for picnics!
Don't miss the deer - hidden behind the ornamental gardens
Make sure you check out the view and soak up the sun! Such an amazing place to visit :)
Amazing views of the London skyline. Points of interest include the Elizabeth Oak, the Royal Observatory etc; unparalleled London park, close to a variety of unique spots in Greenwich and Blackheath.
Visit the Rose Garden in July!
Emily's favourite place, possibly ever. The views from the top of the hill are amazing. The atmosphere in summer is great. Perfect for exploring, picnics or ball games with friends.
Nice and spacious and not overcrowded
very good views
huge park with lots of activities to do that you probably end up coming here more than once. great views of london all around.
Previously a wonderful, open, green space. Sadly, today, it's an Olympian bomb site. I trust there are funds left to restore the Park to its former glory.
Nearest toilets for Greenwich Market are in King William Walk
dal Royal Observatory forse la più bella vista della città.
Grinvic- i na istok i na zapad
Самый богатый на живность лондонский парк. В радиусе 5 метров насчитала 8 белок.
Красиво. Почти как в Астане!