Peter Harrison Planetarium
Rising south of Queen's House, idyllic Greenwich Park climbs up the hill, affording stunning views of London from the Royal...
Handsome venue of the 2012 Games equestrian events, this park is one of London's loveliest expanses of green, with a rose garden,...
Ranger’s House (Wernher Collection)
This elegant Georgian villa in the southwest corner of Greenwich Park was built in 1723 and once housed the park’s ranger. It now...
Smart, French-inspired restaurant opposite the Greenwich Theatre in what was once the terminus for the coach service to/from London.
Lonely Planet review
The southern half of the Royal Observatory is devoted to astronomy and includes the 120-seat state-of-the-art Peter Harrison Planetarium , with a digital laser projector that can show entire heavens on the inside of its bronze-clad roof and is the most advanced in Europe. Galleries here trace the history of astronomy and interactive displays focus on such subjects as meteorites, space missions and the effects of gravity.