- 1 How do I get to Greenwich Park?
- 2 How do I get to Greenwich Park from central London?
- 3 What Tube line is North Greenwich on?
- 4 What buses go to Greenwich Park?
- 5 Is Greenwich Park free?
- 6 Does Greenwich have a tube station?
- 7 How far is Greenwich from London?
- 8 Can I use my Oyster card on the river boats?
- 9 Is Greenwich Park still open?
- 10 How far is Greenwich from Stratford?
- 11 How far is Greenwich from the O2 Arena?
- 12 How far is Greenwich station to the O2 arena?
- 13 Does Greenwich Park have toilets?
- 14 Are the toilets open in Greenwich Park?
- 15 How much does it cost to park at Greenwich Park?
How do I get to Greenwich Park?
Getting to Greenwich Park
- Jubilee Line to North Greenwich, then catch the 188 or 129 bus details below.
- Nearest stations: Greenwich (follow signs to the Park ), Maze Hill (for playground) and Blackheath (for Deer Park, Flower Garden & Rose Garden).
How do I get to Greenwich Park from central London?
How to get to Greenwich in London
- Travel from central London to Greenwich by riverboat, train, Tube and DLR.
- The Emirates Air Line cable car connects Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks.
- It takes between 20 and 35 minutes to travel from London City Airport to Greenwich by DLR and Tube.
What Tube line is North Greenwich on?
Tube information North Greenwich station is on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. And it’s right on our doorstep. Get here from Central London in 20 minutes.
What buses go to Greenwich Park?
Directions to Greenwich Park ( Greenwich ) with public transport
- Bus: 108, 53.
- Train: SOUTHEASTERN, THAMESLINK.
- Tube: JUBILEE.
- DLR: DLR.
Is Greenwich Park free?
Originally used as a royal hunting ground, Greenwich Park is now a wonderful free green space in London for picturesque strolls and picnics under chestnut and oak trees.
Does Greenwich have a tube station?
The nearest Underground station is North Greenwich, on the Jubilee line, which is just next door to The O2 and Emirates Air Line. It takes about 12 minutes from London Bridge, or 25 minutes from Bond Street. You can of course get here from any tube station though and change at appropriate stations en-route.
How far is Greenwich from London?
Distance between London and Greenwich is 8.35 km. This distance is equal to 5.19 miles, and 4.5 nautical miles.
Can I use my Oyster card on the river boats?
You can use contactless ( card or device) or an Oyster card on the River Bus service operated by Thames Clippers. Touch in at the start of your journey and touch out at the end on the yellow card readers, and when changing boats, to pay the right fare.
Is Greenwich Park still open?
Public Notices Greenwich Park is open but there are some changes due to Covid. Please click here for the latest information. Please follow the latest government guidelines and stay local. Car parks have been extremely busy during lockdown so please don’t travel to the park by car.
How far is Greenwich from Stratford?
The distance between Greenwich and Stratford International is 5 miles.
How far is Greenwich from the O2 Arena?
The distance between Greenwich and The O2 Arena is 2 miles. How do I travel from Greenwich to The O2 Arena without a car? The best way to get from Greenwich to The O2 Arena without a car is to ferry which takes 16 min and costs.
How far is Greenwich station to the O2 arena?
The distance between Greenwich Station and The O2 Arena is 2 miles.
Does Greenwich Park have toilets?
Facilities at Greenwich Park There are toilets on Blackheath Avenue, by Blackheath Gate, in the Children’s playground and inside the old Royal Observatory.
Are the toilets open in Greenwich Park?
Toilets. Toilets across the parks will remain open. We have implemented all necessary measures to protect our visitors’ safety and to provide a safe working environment for our attendants. During periods when the toilets are cleaned, we will temporarily close access to the facilities until cleaning is safely completed.
How much does it cost to park at Greenwich Park?
Monday – Saturday (9.00am – 6.00pm) – £1.40 per hour (35p per 15 minutes, 4 hour maximum stay) Sundays and Public Holidays – £2.00 per hour (50p per 15 minutes, 4 hour maximum stay) National Blue Badge holders and motor cyclists park free of charge, but are subject to 4 hours maximum stay Monday to Sunday.