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Greenwich Park

  • Greenwich
  • Indoor and Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • National Parks, Parks and Playgrounds

Attraction Information

Greenwich Park is one of the Royal Parks, an iconic grassland enclosure covering almost 183 acres which serves as a sanctuary for deer, foxes and birds. It's a lovely place for a family ramble particularly for nature lovers, so it's also a great idea to take along bird and bug books so you can identify what you're finding, and binoculars so you can find even more!

As well as The Observatory and Planetarium (both of which can be explored by appointment) they also offer a bandstand, a nicely equipped children's adventure playground and entertainment such as puppet shows and workshops during summer school holidays, excluding Sundays. A particularly popular one is Moths and Minibeasts, which carries a small charge but is well worth it.

There are numerous refreshment points and full facilities including disabled access too so it's not exactly into the wild, but has that same sort of feel once you're out there. Groups and schools can enjoy the facilities at the Secret Garden Wildlife Centretoo!

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Opening hours

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Free admission

Travel & Contact Information


, Greenwich, Greater London, SE10 8QY, England

Phone number

0300 061 2380



Click here to visit Greenwich Park's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets and accessible toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Greenwich Park has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.

No, Greenwich Park is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Greenwich Park have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Greenwich Park has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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