Greenwich, London SE10 8QY, UK
An interesting park next to the National Maritime museum. There is plenty of open space with lovely views from the top of the hill where the Royal Observatory is situated. You can stand on the meridian line if you go through the gate on the path that runs in front of the royal Observatory for free. Or you can pay to go in to the Observatory. Apparently there's also a deer park at the rear of the park but we didn't visit this. There is plenty of space in this park for picnics and lovely vistas. Worth a visit.
Been visiting Greenwich Park since I was a small child. Now I take my children there. They love it. Clean, well maintained, large open spaces, beautiful flower garden. The new play area is nice too. Some of the best views in London while enjoying a picnic.
Lovely park with lots of greenery. Lots to do. Play games have a picnic and feed the squirrels. There is plenty of Parking although you have to pay. You can take the children to the bottom end of the park to play in the newly renovated play park. It has climbing equipment along with 2 sand areas for children to play in.
A beautiful park with lovely views looking over Greenwich and London proper. Lots of tourists but lots of space as well! Don't forget to see the prime meridian (yes, it's just a line, but it represents so much more) and the observatory. Great for a day trip.
Most awesome children's play park. The grandchildren could have played for hours. Take spare clothes and let them enjoy getting sandy, wet and very happy being kids. The boating lake was great fun too. In the past we've headed up to enjoy the traditional things like the Greenwich meridian line and the drop of the red ball at 1pm. But this time we stayed in the lower area and had so much fun.
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