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30 mentions on Trippy

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Here's what Trippy members say about Greenwich:

"has your aunt visited: Hampton Court Palace Greenwich the Tate Modern Windsor Castle Kew Gardens etc etc?"  See More

"Greenwich is nice, quaint and full of life and only a short train ride from London's city centre."  See More

"While there, Greenwich, Cotswold District, Lake, Cambridge (England), EdinburghBlackpool, and Wales countryside are just a train ride away."  See More

"If you have the time, Greenwich is also quite interesting."  See More

"Try around Camden Town, Kings Cross, Greenwich and Stockwell for places that are well connected with central."  See More

"Catch the river boat from central London up to Greenwich and have a picnic there, visit the Cutty Sark, see the Greenwich meridian."  See More

"Greenwich, and all the other normal sight-seeing places in London."  See More

"On top of these, places I've enjoyed visiting is Greenwich Observatory, Tate Modern and Covent Garden (the latter for leisure and shopping)."  See More

"As Rachel has mentioned, the museums are a must (and free) plus you are on the right side of the city to explore however London is really easy to get around so getting right over to Greenwich on the other side is quick and cheap if you use the London Underground (The Tube) and grab yourself a Tourist Oyster Card (from any Tube Station)."  See More

"Take the train to Greenwich and stand on the Prime Meridian."  See More

"Greenwich - I love the maritime feel of Greenwich."  See More

"From London, some easy day trips include Windsor, Hampton Court Palace, Eltham Palace, Greenwich, none of which require advance train tickets and three of which you can even use an Oyster Card to visit (not Windsor)."  See More

"If you have time get out of london a bit like to Greenwich buy english candy, their chocolates are a lot better."  See More

"Lastly, perhaps go a bit further afield to discover culture rich Brixton(the market there is also an excellent lunch option), maritime Greenwich (you can take the Emirates skyline) or green Hampstead."  See More

"Definitely visit Greenwich Observatory and do take the boat to get there from Westminster."  See More

"Try Greenwich or near Blackheath or Crystal Palace."  See More

"I am a south of the river person so favour areas like Crystal Palace and Dulwich(village/East or West) but there are many other options including Richmond, Greenwich, Crouch End, Hampstead Village."  See More

"Lots of good answers but you can also skip the train and take a boat ride up the river to Greenwich, where you can visit the Maritime Greenwich and the Royal Observatory, where you can stands along the Greenwich Mean Time."  See More

"And in Greenwich they have the Emirates Air Line Greenwich Peninsula Terminal (Emirates Air line cable car thing that goes across the Thames, with a pretty view!"  See More

"Greenwich, if you are interested in astronomy."  See More

"For things to do, you could do worse than a day out in Greenwich - you can see the Cutty Sark - The Sailing Ship (£12 to go inside), the Royal Observatory (Free), the National Maritime Museum (Free), the Old Royal Naval College (Free), and lots of other things besides."  See More

"You could pay the river bus fare and go to Greenwich with its market, Maritime Greenwich and Observatory and on the way watch the river get wider whilst passing the point the Mayflower set off."  See More

"But, walk along the Thames, visit The British Museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Museum of London Docklands, visit Greenwich (picnic near the observatory for a great view over the city) and Camden Town, check out 'the scoop at more London', often free films and plays in the summer there (it's outdoors)."  See More

"the problem with the east end is lots of it got bombed in the 2nd WW, and traditionally it wasn't the place for architecture, but Greenwich has the naval colleges (lovely buildings) and the Meantime Brewing Company in the grounds, the National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark - The Sailing Ship and lots of old pubs and new restaurants."  See More

"I really recommend getting out to see Greenwich if you have time."  See More

"Tip: Although Big Ben are walking distance from the Southbank and The London Eye is on the Southbank you should buy a River boat ticket from London Eye Pier and visit London Bridge and Tower Bridge and you can take the river boat all the way to Greenwich and see the Royal Observatory and Maritime Greenwich."  See More

"If you want to take a little farther tube ride I had friends living in New Cross and we'd go to Greenwich for views from the Old Royal Naval College , dinner and drinks, again local small shops and boutiques and good diverse restaurants."  See More

"6) Greenwich - it's your one-stop shop for stuff to do."  See More

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