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Greenwich, Where Time Begins Tour 26th June 2015 from 10.30 until 1.30pm This walking tour features some of the most iconic monuments of Greenwich, such as the Cutty Sark, the Painted Hall, the Chapel of St Peter and St Paul … Continue reading
Glamorous Greenwich Tour 23rd June 2015 from 1pm until 5pm This tour features some of the most iconic monuments of Greenwich, such as the Cutty Sark, as well as some hidden treasures including Queen Caroline’s bath and the Royal Park’s … Continue reading
Dating back to the early part of the 17th century it is one of the oldest buildings in Greenwich. Situated on the river front between The Trafalgar Tavern and Greenwich Power Station it is a wonderful stucco fronted structure with … Continue reading
The inaugural World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research Conference was held in Greenwich. With delegates from over 37 countries the conference was truly an international event. We were delighted that so many of the participants joined the tour yesterday morning.
What a great day with the members of the Edmonton Retirement Group . From the moment they got off the coach there was laughter and fun . They were full of praise for the tour of the Painted Hall and … Continue reading
On the 10th July we had the pleasure of giving a number of art students from Kingston University a tour of the Queens House looking at both the architecture and some of the significant art works . The students who … Continue reading
A wonderful view from Cutty Sark with the city in the background. She is up for a prestigious National Lottery Award so you have until the 24th July at Midnight to vote for her on either 0844 836 9695 or … Continue reading
Blessed with superb weather for the SHADARA group coming in from Kent. Particularly impressed with the Cutty Sark and newly restored Painted Hall. The lunch went down well and over 40 people enjoyed the tour.
Cutty Sark in the final stages of completion
Great to see the Henry Moore piece back in the Park. It’s been sorely missed.