9AM to 1PM
2PM to 6PM
Available every day
When you want to escape the crowds, join us on a voyage to the most historic and beautiful district in London. Greenwich is famous for seafaring and the navy, architecture and music. This private walking tour includes:
- Meeting your private guide at your hotel or apartment
- Private interior tour of Cutty Sark or the Royal Observatory Museum, the decision is up to you!
- Lunch recommendation and reservation made by us (food at your own cost)
- Insight into the history of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
- Guided walk up Greenwich Park Hill for stunning views of London’s skyline (time permitting)
1 - 2 guests
£370 by public transport
£610 with a privately chauffeured vehicle
3 - 5 guests
£460 by public transport
£700 with a privately chauffeured vehicle
6 - 10 guests
£610 by public transport
£970 with a private chauffeured vehicle
10 - 14 guests
£730 by public transport
£1090 with a private chauffeured vehicle
All public transport is at your own cost
Go By Boat to Greenwich
Use London’s most unique and comfortable public transport, to see the city from a different perspective.
Hear Stories of Britain’s Seafaring History
Britain is a nation of sailors, and Greenwich has many historic links. From Royal Navy headquarters and sea merchants’s warehouses, to gibbets where pirates and mutineers were hung as a terrible warning, this area has seen it all.
See a Perfectly-Preserved Historic Ship
Visit the world’s last surviving tea clipper (a historic cargo ship), the Cutty Sark. Hear stories about the ship’s name and figurehead, tales of mutiny and murder and how she was almost lost in a very recent fire.
Lunch at a Location of Your Choice
We’ll tailor our recommendation for lunch specially to you, from a proper pub to a street food market, or even in a picnic in the park. (Food is at your own cost.)
Stunning 18th Century Architecture
Choose from the many fascinating museums and historical sites on offer at Greenwich. Visit the world’s largest maritime museum, the Royal Naval college, or the famously beautiful Palladian-style Queen’s House.
Naval Know-How at the Royal Naval College
Now a modern-day museum, this is where Britain’s sailors from Lord Nelson to Captain Cook were trained. Here the navy can teach you to navigate by the stars, command a frigate, and even survive a polar expedition.
See Where Time Stands Still
A short walk up the hill in Greenwich Park lies the Royal Observatory, from where Greenwich Mean Time (and time zones around the world) is marked. This is also the best spot for views of London’s skyline (as seen in countless movies) from the Observatory.
Cruise Home by Boat
When you’re ready, jump back on the boat and arrive in central London in time for dinner or a show, with happy memories of the day.