10. Old Royal Naval College
Explore the Old Royal Naval College, an architectural masterpiece designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The Painted Hall – a baroque dining hall envisioned by Wren and painted by Sir James Thornhill – is worth the visit alone. Save time for walking the impressive grounds, which have featured in many recent movies.
The Old Royal Naval College is open daily and free to visit. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren it is one of London’s most famous landmarks.
A short walk from Greenwich Pier and Cutty Sark DLR station it is the best place to begin your day in Greenwich.
Explore more than 500 years of history at our visitor centre, the starting point of our free tours. You can also book tickets for other attractions, shop for gifts and enjoy a delicious meal.
No visit would be complete without seeing the The Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, one of the finest 18th-century interiors in the UK. It’s truly breathtaking!