- 1 How do I get from London Bridge to North Greenwich?
- 2 Can you walk from Greenwich to London Bridge?
- 3 Can you get to Greenwich on the tube?
- 4 How do I get to Greenwich Park by Tube?
- 5 What’s it like to live in Greenwich London?
- 6 How do I get from Kings Cross to Greenwich?
- 7 Can you walk across the Thames Barrier?
- 8 Can you walk from Greenwich to the O2?
- 9 How far is Greenwich station to the O2 arena?
- 10 Can I use my Oyster card on the river boats?
- 11 What Tube line is North Greenwich on?
- 12 Is Greenwich Park free?
- 13 Can I drive through Greenwich Park?
- 14 Can you get into Greenwich Park at night?
How do I get from London Bridge to North Greenwich?
Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from London Bridge City Pier and arriving at North Greenwich Pier. Services depart every 30 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 35 min.
Can you walk from Greenwich to London Bridge?
Section seven of the Jubilee Greenway Walk is one of the longest along this route and offers stunning views of the river.
Can you get to Greenwich on the tube?
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 do I get to Greenwich Park by Tube?
- New Cross Tube Station (East London line closed. Bus service operates) Amersham Vale, London, Lewisham, 28 mins.
- North Greenwich Tube Station. 5 Millennium Way, London, Greenwich, 28 mins.
- New Cross Gate Tube Station (East London line closed. Bus service operates)
What’s it like to live in Greenwich London?
Greenwich is green and is so quiet – you can’t believe it is just a few minutes away from Central London. When you compare the quality of living in Greenwich with that of other areas around the British capital – Greenwich is the best place to live and one of the most captivating London villages to visit.
How do I get from Kings Cross to Greenwich?
The best way to get from London Kings Cross Station to Greenwich is to train which takes 30 min and costs £4 – £6. Alternatively, you can line 63 bus and line 177 bus, which costs £2 and takes 1h 9m.
Can you walk across the Thames Barrier?
The Thames path goes right through the middle of it all, with fences either side offering protection, but it’s unusual to be able to walk through industry like this. After passing through this area you join a road ahead.
Can you walk from Greenwich to the O2?
Take a stroll through historic Greenwich. And take in the riverside scenery. There’s a huge range of different walking routes to The O2. We recommend taking a stroll along the Thames Path and stopping off in historic Greenwich on the way.
How far is Greenwich station to the O2 arena?
The distance between Greenwich Station and The O2 Arena is 2 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.
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.
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.
Can I drive through Greenwich Park?
* Please Note separate vehicle access times: Greenwich Park opens at 7am to vehicles, but there is no through traffic from 10am to 4pm each day and the park is closed to through traffic at weekends and bank holidays.
Can you get into Greenwich Park at night?
Another of London’s parks makes our nighttime viewing list. Greenwich park has always been one of London’s favoured parks thanks to the views from the hilltop. So, whether it’s arranging an evening picnic or sharing a glass of bubbly on a Friday night, Greenwich caters for any nighttime experience in London.