Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park

Greenwich
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Park

In south-east London, Greenwich is the most historic of London't eight royal parks, dating back to Roman times and later a royal hunting park. Its 180 acres (74 ha) are part of the Greenwich World Heritage site that includes the Queen's House designed by Indigo Jones. On the top of the hill in the center is the Royal Observatory, home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Summertime, it draws a large gay crowd.

Greenwich Park, London, United Kingdom

General impression
Excellent
LGBT-friendly
Excellent
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  • CafĂ© or Bistro
  • Local Cuisine
Paul Rhodes Bakery

  • Bakery
  • Local Cuisine
The Prince of Greenwich Pub

  • Pub
  • LGBTQ-friendly

The George & Dragon was a traditional British pub with cabaret acts at the bottom of Blackheath Hill. Opened in 2002, it was a good late night spot for a game of pool on weekends, but the owners...
  • Pub
  • For Men