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Visitor Centre in Greenwich, London

Greenwich is a borough in southeast London situated on the southern bank of the River Thames. The borough is where the world sets its clock that gives the name Greenwich Meridian and Greenwich Meantime (GMT). Greenwich is an area of great historical importance and the part known as Maritime Greenwich is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Location


The visitor centre in Greenwich (known as the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre) is centrally located at Pepys House. To get to Greenwich, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stops at Cutty Sark Station (centre of Greenwich) and Greenwich Station. Several boats under the London River Services stop at Greenwich Pier, which is a short walk from the visitor centre.

 
 

Opening Hours

Open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Services

The Greenwich Tourist Information Centre can assist visitors with travel information and advice about attractions in Greenwich as well as London and the UK. Other services include: 

  • Obtain travel brochures, guides and maps.
  • Purchase Oyster Cards and TravelCards for London’s public transport system.
  • Guided walking tours of Greenwich.
  • Left luggage facility.
  • Arrange hotel bookings.
Looking south across Greenwich by Gürkan Sengün

Tickets & Passes

The Tourist Information Centre also sells tickets and passes to numerous attractions and tours in London including:

  • Tickets to major attractions including the London Eye, Tower of London, Madame Tussauds and London Dungeon.
  • Tickets to theatre shows, festivals and sporting events.
  • London Pass to over 60 attractions.
  • Tickets for intercity coaches.
  • Tickets for London bus tours.
  • Tickets for river cruises.

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