Maritime Greenwich is a World Heritage Site. We will discover together its historical significance as a port and as the site of a royal Tudor palace.

The Old Royal Naval College buildings, being the masterful work of architect Sir Christopher Wren and captured famously on canvas by Canaletto, include the magnificent Painted Hall - the finest dining hall in Europe! The Queens House with its impressive art gallery and the National Maritime Museum which includes loads of interactive fun for all ages

Also home to the Royal Observatory and the Greenwich Meridian Line - and yes, you will get that photo with one foot either side!

A view of the mighty Cutty Sark greets us as we arrive by riverboat and we will be spoilt for choice of historic pubs to take our lunch

A stroll through the quaint craft market to complete the day
Did you know?...

Prior to his funeral in St. Paul's Cathedral, Admiral Lord Nelson was laid in state in the Painted Hall at Greenwich.