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Up at The O2 Climb in London

Up at The O2 Climb in London - Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom

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$39.02

Enjoy a bird’s eye view over the UK’s capital city on this 1.5-hour O2 climb in London. With your harness and safety line attached, follow a guide on the 170-foot (52-meter) climb to the top of The O2 — the world’s most popular live music venues ... More info ›

Enjoy a bird’s eye view over the UK’s capital city on this 1.5-hour O2 climb in London. With your harness and safety line attached, follow a guide on the 170-foot (52-meter) climb to the top of The O2 — the world’s most popular live music venues. From your vantage point on the roof of The O2, admire uninterrupted views of London landmarks like Greenwich Park, Canary Wharf, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Capture the views on camera, then return in safety to ground level.

Meet your guide at Base Camp by the entrance of The O2  — situated close to the North Greenwich Station tube stop. Watch a safety briefing and pull on your climbing gear and your safety harness before beginning your ascent.

During your 170-foot (52-meter) climb, admire breathtaking views over the north and south banks of the famous River Thames. On arrival at the top of your climb, take a deep breath then gaze out across London landmarks including the historic grounds of Greenwich, the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

When your time on top of The O2 comes to an end, enjoy the challenging descent to reach terra firma, where your experience finishes.

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Best of Greenwich Walking Tour in London Including Lunch

Best of Greenwich Walking Tour in London Including Lunch  - Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom
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Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom

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$162.60

Enjoy a fully-guided walking tour of maritime Greenwich. On your 6.5-hour walking tour you will visit the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark; the Greenwich Royal Observatory; the National Maritime Museum; the Old Royal Naval College, home of the Painted Hall; the recently-renovated Queen's House; the Greenwich Market; and end your tour with a traditional pub lunch by the River Thames ... More info ›

Enjoy a fully-guided walking tour of maritime Greenwich. On your 6.5-hour walking tour you will visit the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark; the Greenwich Royal Observatory; the National Maritime Museum; the Old Royal Naval College, home of the Painted Hall; the recently-renovated Queen's House; the Greenwich Market; and end your tour with a traditional pub lunch by the River Thames. Your fun and educational walking tour is a great way to experience the history, culture and architecture of this unique area of London.

Start your guided tour of Greenwich at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue, which is located just outside the northern entrance to the Greenwich Tourism Information Centre. 

Visit the Cutty Sark, a beautiful ship that was fully restored and opened to the public in 2012, following a £50 Million restoration. Continue your tour with a visit to St. Alfege's Church, designed by the renowned architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. There has been a church located on this site for a thousand years.

Catch views of the River Thames and enjoy a traditional lunch in a riverside pub. Pub favorites such as fish and chips are on the menu, along with complimentary tea, coffee, or soda. After lunch, explore the Greenwich Observatory and the prime meridian. Visit the prime meridian and head into the historic Flamsteed House, designed by the great Sir Christopher Wren.

Continue your tour to the National Maritime Museum,the largest of its type in the world. Visit the Old Royal Naval College and its magnificent Painted Hall. Conclude your tour at the Greenwich Market, filled with local artisans and international food stands.

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National Maritime Museum Small Group Tour in Greenwich

National Maritime Museum Small Group Tour in Greenwich - Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom

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$97.56

Enjoy a 3.5-hour small group guided walking tour around the world's largest maritime museum. Discover many of the different historical facts and artifacts such as Turner's monumental painting " Battle of Trafalgar ",  the Nelson, Navy and Nation gallery and learn more about the fascinating maritime history of the UK ... More info ›

Enjoy a 3.5-hour small group guided walking tour around the world's largest maritime museum. Discover many of the different historical facts and artifacts such as Turner's monumental painting " Battle of Trafalgar ",  the Nelson, Navy and Nation gallery and learn more about the fascinating maritime history of the UK. This is an amazing museum and we have the time on this tour to experience wonderful galleries such as the Traders gallery and the Atlantic/Slavery gallery as well. Fascinating tour - eg. have you ever wondered where the term " posh " came from?d
A natural extension to the nearby Queen's House is included in the tour, housing some quite wonderful paintings with maritime themes.

Start your tour at the Ship in a Bottle statue which is located at the southern entrance ( IE. observatory side ) to the National Maritime Museum. See and experience Turner's magnificent painting of the Battle of Trafalgar which he painted in the early 1820's. From there you will continue on to the Nelson, Navy, Nation gallery where you will see the jacket that Nelson was wearing at the time he was mortally wounded on board HMS Victory.

Visit the Trade Gallery to learn more about trade with the Far East and its origins with the East India Company. Half way through the tour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a coffee/tea break at the nice cafe located in the Museum.

Explore the Atlantic Slavery gallery which portrays a brutally honest history of the slave trade and England's role in that trade. Also discover more about lighthouses and their history in the UK.

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Shakespeare Walking Tour in London

Shakespeare Walking Tour in London - Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom

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$123.57

Learn more about how Shakespeare lived, worked and spent his time in London. Your fun and informative guide will take you to the places where the great bard drank, prayed and acted ... More info ›

Learn more about how Shakespeare lived, worked and spent his time in London. Your fun and informative guide will take you to the places where the great bard drank, prayed and acted. Visit Southwark Cathedral, Borough Market as well as Sam Wanamaker's wonderful Globe Theatre for their interesting in-house tour.  Tour includes admission to the official Globe Theatre tour. Each tour guest receives a copy of some of the Bard's famous expressions/sayings.

This tour is for lovers of Shakespeare including those who might have seen the film 'Shakespeare in Love' starring Gwenyth Paltrow. Your very own tour guide will walk you through the lanes of South Bank, which was in the time of Shakespeare a little bit like England's very own Las Vegas. It was the entertainment district with many pubs, brothels, theatres and churches standing next to each other!

You will get to see the actual site of the original Globe Theatre that opened in 1599 and in which Shakespeare himself had a share.
You will see where the Rose Theatre once stood, the Globe's competitor whose director was Ben Jonson - friend and colleague of Shakespeare's.

Venues on the tour include the ruins of Winchester Palace, the Anchor Pub as well as the magnificent Southwark Cathedral were the Bard worshiped and where his younger brother Edmond is buried. The Shakespeare stained glass window is beautiful. There is much to see on this guided walking tour that relate directly or indirectly to Shakespeare such as the Ferryman's Seat and an exact model of the Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drake's little ship that circumnavigated the globe. The official in-house Globe Theatre tour is included in the tour and gives you an up-close and personal look at how Shakespeare's Globe must have been like. This was the dream fulfilled of American actor/producer Sam Wanamaker.

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