- Travel by boat from central London to Greenwich
- Enjoy a two-course traditional pub-meal
- Stroll through Greenwich Park and see the Greenwich Meridian
- Explore the National Maritime Museum at your leisure
- Learn interesting facts about London's Docklands
- Knowledgeable and professional guide
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What You Can Expect
As you carry on walking with your knowledgeable guide, you'll see the Royal Naval College, an architectural masterpiece of Maritime Greenwich and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next you’ll encounter the Trinity College of Music on your way to Greenwich Park, located on a prominent hill, thus allowing a spectacular overview of London. At the top of the hill are situated the Royal Observatory and the Greenwich Meridian where you can have some amazing photo opportunities.
Nearby is also the National Maritime Museum. Here you can admire (or visit at your own expense) one of the most famous museums in the United Kingdom, displaying the history of the English Navy and an exhibition based on the life of Lord Horatio Nelson.
The historic buildings form part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, also incorporating the Royal Observatory and 17th-century Queen's House.
Relax on your cruise back where you can comfortably enjoy a great view of the Docklands, once part of the Port of London with its old warehouses and boat yards, which have now been redeveloped principally for commercial and residential use boasting some incredible properties and luxury flats.
See the Millennium Dome, completed in 1999 to celebrate the new Millennium, then take a glimpse at Canary Wharf, a major business district containing many of the UK's tallest buildings, including the second-tallest, One Canada Square. Then turn around and see the highest tower in Britain, the 1017 feet (310 meter) high Shard, until your boat reaches the Westminster Pier, where your tour ends.