Mudchute Park & Farm
Thames River Services
These cruise boats leave Westminster Pier for Greenwich, stopping at the Tower of London. Every second service continues on from...
Old Royal Naval College
Designed by Wren, the Old Royal Naval College is a magnificent example of monumental classical architecture. Parts are now used by the...
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...
Cutty Sark Tavern
Housed in a delightful bow-windowed, wood-beamed Georgian building directly on the Thames, the Cutty Sark is one of the few independent...
A working brewery with splendidly burnished 1000L copper vats at one end and a high ceiling lit with natural sunlight, the Old Brewery...
Lonely Planet review
Entering Mudchute Park from Eastferry Rd through the canopy of trees, you’re greeted by a delightfully surprising sight of cows and sheep, roaming freely in this grassy 13 hectares of parkland. The lovely city farm has an array of animals, well kept, in spacious surrounds. Kids will love it.
Looking back to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf gives you a clear sense of the contrasts of this area of London. There’s also a neat cafe, serving excellent breakfasts and wholesome lunch options.