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Bespoke Group Tours
 
Explore and Enjoy the History, Architecture and Character of Greenwich with our Expert Guides. 
We offer a full range of tours, tailored to your requirements.
With so much to see and do let us help you plan your visit. We can take the stress away and give you, and your group, a day to remember.

If you have just an hour to spend or the whole day we will make sure that you enjoy your visit.  You will hear about the history of Greenwich and the Royals whose lives were so closely linked here. View the work of architects such as Christophe Wren, Inigo Jones and Nicholas Hawksmoor.
If you want to include The Royal Observatory, The Cutty Sark, The National Maritime Museum and The Queen’s House then we are the guides for you.

Whatever your interests Greenwich has plenty offer to your group and the Greenwich Tour Guides will make sure that you have an amazing visit.
Let us arrange and tailor a tour to suit your individual requirements whether it is just for two or a large company day out.
Our all-inclusive packages can includes entrance tickets.   Greenwich has many and varied refreshment venues, we can help with your choice.

The Cutty Sark
 Discover the history of the famous Cutty Sark, the last tea clipper.  Be guided through this amazing ship and find out how the construction made it such an important vessel.  Hear what life would have been like on board and how the extensive conservation project has preserved the Cutty Sark for generations to come.  This tour can include afternoon tea in the café underneath the ship.

The Royal Observatory
Visit the Royal Observatory, stand astride the Prime Meridian of the World and hear the amazing story of John Harrison’s famous timepieces. Watch the Time Ball rise and fall while your guide tells you why the Royal Observatory was built in 1675 and the importance it still has today.

The Old Royal Naval College
Marvel at Christopher Wren’s masterpiece of the Old Royal Naval College and visit the Chapel.  On this site stood the Tudor Palace so loved by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.  The building here today started life as an arms house. This was followed by the Royal Naval College and today home to the University of Greenwich.

The National Maritime Museum

Explore the National Maritime Museum’s vast collection.  From ships figure heads and Nelson’s Trafalgar Coat to the aluminium speed boat Miss Britain III and the beautiful stained glass of the Baltic Exchange Memorial Glass.  Let your personal guide steer you through the galleries.

Queen’s House:  Art tour
The Queen’s House, recently reopened after a major restoration program, contains an extraordinary art collected.   Housed in Inigo Jones’s important masterpiece the collection spans 400 years and includes Gainsborough, Rubens, Tuner, Hogarth and Thornhill.  The highlights tour will view many of these paintings and look at the history of Greenwich and the Queen’s House through the art works on show.  The tour will include the new art work by Turner prize winner Richard Wright. Combine your tour with an afternoon tea.

Queen’s House:  History Tour
Discover the history of this important and interesting building.  Designed by Inigo Jones the Queen’s House is architecturally important as the first classical building in the country.  The Queen’s House is the only part of Greenwich’s Royal Palace that remains today.  Commissioned in 1616 by James 1st for his wife the Queen’s House has recently undergone major restoration.  The tour will cover the history from a Royal residence to a Naval School and up to the present day.  Combine your tour with an afternoon tea.
 
New tours for 2017
Eltham Lodge
Built in 1664 as the home of Sir John Shaw Eltham Lodge is one of London’s finest classical mansions.  Now it is home to the Blackheath Golf Club, the oldest golf club in England.   Tour can include afternoon tea.
Charlton House
Built in 1607 Charlton House is the best Jacobean mansion in London.  The house retains many of the original features including ceilings, fire surrounds as well as the oak staircase.   Tours can include afternoon tea.
Greenwich Nobody Knows
You may know all the familiar aspects of Greenwich but here's a local tour with a difference. From phone boxes to pavement lights; chiselled graffiti to hidden building signs; a prehistoric tree to a lost memorial garden - there's always something new to discover.  A tour for those who think they know all about Greenwich.
A Walk on the Dark Side
Greenwich’s original Ghost Tour.  Hear stories of Ghosts, Murders and Strange events connected to some of Historic Greenwich’s most important sites. 


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