Outdoor Activities

Getting the family outdoors can be a breath of fresh air. Below is a list of all the best places to go in Greenwich borough.

City Cruises

City Cruises is the No.1 sightseeing tour on the Thames! Our cruises departing every 30 minutes, every day of the week, all year round, City Cruises gives you the freedom to explore the many sights of the River Thames from four fantastic piers near … [Read more...]

The Hive Outdoor Holiday Camps

The Hive run outdoor holiday camps for children 6-11.   Using gaming and mobile technology, our missions harness kids’ passion for technology in an outdoor environment. They’re fast-paced, hands-on and challenging!   From whittling to fire … [Read more...]

Surrey Docks Farm

Surrey Docks Farm is a working city farm in the heart of London. It occupies a 2.2 acre site on the south bank of the river Thames in Rotherhithe. The farm works with local communities and the people of Southwark to provide many unique opportunities for … [Read more...]

Woodlands Farm

Woodlands Farm is a 90-acre working community farm with charitable status supported by volunteers, bordering Greenwich, dedicated to education and nature conservation. The Farm is open to the general public every day except Monday and Christmas Day … [Read more...]

East Greenwich Pleasaunce

East Greenwich Pleasaunce is a formal, tree-lined garden,a little haven that contains a burial ground for around 3,000 sailors who spent their last days at the local Royal Hospital Greenwich. The trees on display include Mock Orange, Hawthorn, Silver … [Read more...]

Maryon Wilson Animal Park

Part of the former Maryon Wilson family estate, Maryon Wilson Animal Park is a beautifully landscaped park which contains both informal open grassland and woodlands - all in a valley setting. Maryon Wilson Park has an animal park with ducks, geese, … [Read more...]

Mudchute Park & Farm

Mudchute Park & Farm is a 32 acre site based in the middle of the Isle of Dogs which is open to the public and has fantastic views across London. Working in partnership with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets they preserve the open space and make it … [Read more...]

Greenwich Park

Covering 74 acres, Greenwich Park is the oldest Royal Park and also home to a small herd of Fallow & Red Deer. Situated at the top of a hill, visitors can enjoy sweeping views across the River Thames to St Pauls Cathedral and beyond. The Park … [Read more...]