Time for Tea in Greenwich 2021

With so much to see and do in Greenwich, we have put together a two-night short break featuring just a few of the highlights including The Royal Greenwich Museums, the famous Cutty Sark and Eltham Palace.

Day 1 Arrival
Arrive at our hotel with free time to explore Greenwich and possibly the famous Greenwich market, which is full of a fantastic mix of stalls, all under cover.

Day 2 Greenwich
We spend today at the Royal Museums in Greenwich. The Royal Observatory is home to the world-famous Meridian Line and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) where we enjoy an audio guided tour and stand astride the historic Meridian line. Then climb aboard the famous Cutty Sark and admire the towering masts and 11 miles of rigging. Enjoy fabulous views of the River Thames, followed by afternoon tea underneath the very ship built to bring tea to Britain! We also have time to visit the National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House.

Day 3 Eltham Palace & Departure
After breakfast we make our way to Eltham Palace, recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Today the palace is a stunning mixture of medieval residence, Art Deco style and one of the few surviving 1930’s arts & crafts gardens in existence. We then make our way home.

Novotel London Greenwich

Greenwich, London
Located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, bedrooms are spacious, contemporary in design and adaptable, the Novotel room is truly a place for living. The hotel has a bar, restaurant, fitness centre and offers good access for dropping off and collecting passengers.

Novotel London Greenwich

2 Nights Bed & Breakfast

Twin from £179pp
Double for Sole Use Supplement from £93

• Entrance to Royal Museums Greenwich (Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National
Maritime Museum, Queen’s House)
• Afternoon tea at the Cutty Sark
• Entrance to Eltham Palace
Call to tailor this tour 01732 879191
Click to get a quote Request a call back

Prices starting from...

£179 for 3 days

» view pricing & inclusions

Features of this tour