Greenwich Pier

Greenwich Pier, Royal Borough of Greenwich

About Greenwich Pier

Greenwich Pier is located on the South shore of the River Thames in Maritime Greenwich, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The pier sits between the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark & Sir Christopher Wren’s Riverside Masterpiece, the Old Royal Naval College. Today the Royal Borough of Greenwich is an eclectic mix of historical & modern buildings. Greenwich town centre is home to a collection of museums, pubs, restaurants, markets & shops.

A few of Greenwich’s historic buildings include the Queens House (designed by Inigo Jones & the first classical building in England) to the Royal Observatory (Sir Christopher Wren) or St. Alfege Church (Nicolas Hawksmoor).

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Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) the government has advised against all non-essential travel. For the safety of our passengers & crew we have temporarily suspended our services.

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Easter Holidays 2020

Easter Holidays 2020

Easter is a great time to explore London & there is a wide range of family activities & events taking place at different attractions across the city.

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Open House London 2019

Open House Weekend 2019

Throughout Open House London Weekend explore buildings which are usually closed to the public. Travel between historic & modern buildings by river.

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Summer Holidays 2019

Summer Holidays 2019

There’s plenty to do in London during the Summer Holidays including sightseeing cruises & family events at London’s top attractions.

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