St Alfege Church
Designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor in 1718 to replace a 12th-century building, this glorious parish church features a restored mural by...
The new and mildly-diverting Discover Greenwich (The Pepys Bldg, King William Walk; h10am-5pm; admission free) exhibition delves into...
This Greenwich landmark, the last of the great clipper ships to sail between China and England in the 19th century, was due to reopen in...
The newest arrival to Greenwich Market and the talk of the village is this bar with a seemingly endless list of cocktails. Among them is...
Perfect for snacking your way through a world atlas of food while browsing the other market stalls, come here for delicious food-to-go,...
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Lonely Planet review
The unique fisheye-view drawings of various areas of London (and other cities, including New York, Paris and Berlin) by architect Hartwig Braun are works of art and appear on the shopping bags, placemats, notebooks, coasters, mugs and jigsaws available in this tiny shop. They make excellent gifts.