Greenwich is the most historic Royal Park, dating back to the Roman Times, and all 183 acres were enclosed in 1433. Set on the side of a hill overlooking the River Thames, Greenwich Park is a great mix of green space, gardens and historical features.
Climb the hill for panoramic views across London or visit the Prime Meridian, the reference line for Greenwich Mean Time, and The Royal Observatory. Enjoy the quiet of the park’s flower, herb and orchard gardens, or stop for tea at the popular Pavilion Café.
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We know that most people feel a special affection for their local park and we work closely with the park managers to support the work that is most needed. From wildflower meadow planting and hedgehog conservation, to the restoration of listed monuments and inspiring children to connect with nature in the heart of London - and much, much more.