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All About Parking at Royal Observatory Greenwich

When you're gearing up for a trip to the Royal Observatory Greenwich, it's wise to factor in parking if you're driving to this iconic site in London, England. Nestled in the heart of Greenwich, the Royal Observatory is a magnet for tourists and astronomy enthusiasts alike. This guide aims to offer practical insights into parking at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, ensuring your visit goes off without a hitch.

Does Royal Observatory Greenwich Have Parking?

Royal Observatory Greenwich Parking

At the National Maritime Museum, which is an 8-minute walk away from Royal Observatory Greenwich, a secure car park is open on weekends and bank holidays, with limited spaces available on weekdays. Five accessible parking bays are available for disabled visitors. Pre-booking is recommended, though day-of inquiries can be made at the car park, subject to availability. Check online for availability.

Hours: 10 AM to 6 PM

Location: Park Row (SE10 9NG)

Cost: £10 per day

How to Get to Royal Observatory Greenwich?

How to Get to Royal Observatory Greenwich?

By Train/Underground

Greenwich and Maze Hill stations are the closest stations, offering direct connections from London Cannon Street and London Bridge. If you prefer the London Underground, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) conveniently links you to Cutty Sark station, with easy transfers at Bank, Tower Gateway, and Stratford stations.

How to Get to Royal Observatory Greenwich?

By Bus

If you prefer travelling by bus to Royal Observatory Greenwich, you can take bus numbers 53, 54, 202 or 380, as they all stop near Royal Observatory Greenwich.

How to Get to Royal Observatory Greenwich?

By Boat

Embark on a scenic Thames boat journey to Greenwich Pier, located near Cutty Sark. From the pier, it is only a short uphill walk to the Royal Observatory. You can also opt for Uber Boat by Thames Clippers, departing every 20 minutes from major piers like London Eye, London Bridge, and Tower Pier.




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Frequently Asked Questions About Royal Observatory Greenwich Parking

Is there parking available near Royal Observatory Greenwich?

Yes, there is secure parking available at National Maritime Museum, which is only an 8-minute walk away from Royal Observatory Greenwich. There are also other parking lots in and around Greenwich Park that allow parking for upto 4 hours.

Is it easy to find parking near Royal Observatory Greenwich?

Finding parking near Royal Observatory Greenwich should not be too hard, but consider the fact that most of the car parks near it only has limited spaces, especially during the weekends.

Can I park on the street near Royal Observatory Greenwich?

No, considering that the Royal Observatory Greenwich is within the Greenwich Park, you can only park in designated parking lots, and not on the streets.

How much does it cost to park near Oceanografic Valencia?

It costs £10 for a day to park at the National Maritime Museum, near Royal Observatory Greenwich.

Where is Royal Observatory Greenwich located?

Royal Observatory Greenwich is located at Blackheath Ave, London SE10 8XJ, United Kingdom.

Why is Royal Observatory Greenwich famous?

The Royal Observatory Greenwich is renowned for its historical significance as the site where the Prime Meridian, dividing the Eastern and Western Hemispheres of the Earth, was established. It's also famous for its contributions to astronomy and navigation.

What can I do at Royal Observatory Greenwich?

Visitors to the Royal Observatory can see the Prime Meridian line and exhibits on astronomy, navigation, and timekeeping. You can behold astronomical instruments, learn about famous astronomers, and enjoy planetarium shows. The observatory also offers panoramic views of London from its hilltop location.