Welcome



Welcome to our website!  The Friends of Greenwich Park hope that this will help you, your friends and family, get the most out of visiting this remarkable place. We aim to:

Latest news

Bird Watching for Beginners-But Experts welcome.
18 February 2019

The Friends are pleased to announce that Julia Holland has offered to lead the Sunday Morning Bird Walks.

Greenwich Park Revealed Open Days - February 21st and 24th

4 February 2019

Greenwich Park Revealed is a hugely exciting project, supported by the Friends of Greenwich Park, that puts the park at the heart of local communities.

Greenwich Park Revealed Needs Volunteers

30 January 2019

Could you spare an afternoon or two to help us map visitors in the Park next month?  This is a fun, one-off volunteering opportunity which will help us gather information on which areas are busiest and how people use the Park.

Coming events

Thursday 21 March 2019 - 1.30pm - 4.00pm
Saturday 30 March 2019 - 1pm to 4pm
Thursday 4 April 2019 - 1.30pm - 4.00pm
Saturday 6 April 2019 - 09.45 am
Thursday 11 April 2019 - 10 am to 4 pm
Friday 12 April 2019 - 10.00 am

Greenwich is the oldest of London's Royal Parks and was famously the hunting and pleasure grounds for Henry VIII's favourite royal palace. Seventy three hectares (183 acres), the park stretches from the level plateau of gravel and sands of Blackheath in the south, then drops some 30 metres (nearly 100ft) before levelling out on the north side towards the Thames.

Opened to the public by George IV in 1830, the park is enjoyed today by thousands of visitors at all times of the year. They come to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, the historic avenues and formal parkland, to play sports and picnic, to watch the deer and other wildlife, and to appreciate the views over London and the Thames.

Greenwich Park is the centrepiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site and the setting for the internationally important National Maritime Museum and historic buildings including Wren’s Flamsteed House and Inigo Jones’ 17th century masterpiece, the Queen’s House.

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