There is a small theatre in Greenwich and of course the grand 02 Arena but the most interesting places to visit are the old pubs and inns near the river front; packed with historic associations and full of atmosphere.
Large entertainment complex and concert venue for popular music, sports and exhibitions, with seating for up to 23,000.
Restored old music hall now houses a gallery, restaurant, jazz club and a theatre.
Bow-windowed pub built in 1804 on site of much earlier inn.
Claims to be the oldest pub in Greenwich (circa 1691). It overlooks Greenwich Park, near to the Observatory & Maritime Museum.
Historic pub with Victorian cast-iron balconies a spectacular view over the River Thames. It was used by Charles Dickens as a setting for 'Our Mutual Friend'.
This ancient pub, heavily bombed in World War II, has been rebuilt and furnished with nautical memorabilia.
Greenwich has a small shopping centre. There are number of interesting shops along King William Walk and Nelson Road (A206) that sell maritime memorabilia.
Stalls along Burney Street sell antiques and collectables, while a traditional covered market just off Nelson Road (shown right), sells fresh food, clothes and a wide range of craft goods.
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Please note that the above information was accurate at the time this page was last updated. This information is subject to change at any time (opening times in particular), therefore if you plan on visiting any of the above attractions, please check the owner's website first or phone them for the latest details.