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Greenwich Royal Tours

#204 of 1,694 Tours in London
London, United Kingdom
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About Greenwich Royal Tours
Greenwich Royal Tours offers unique small group tours ( normally max of 6 pax ) that are both fun and informative. Virtually a private tour and very often our guides will be on tour with just one couple. We started doing our guided walking tours in maritime Greenwich and this remains our focus to this day. We offer our Best of Greenwich Day Tour, Greenwich Highlights Half Day Tour, Greenwich Food Tour, Greenwich Peninsula Tour and our National Maritime Museum Tour. Tours run daily. In central London, we offer our Shakespeare in London Tour, Law in London Tour and our Secret Gardens of London Tour which includes a lovely high tea. Two new tours are launching summer of 2019 and they are: Art in London Tour and the Best of London Day Tour. So do come along with us on your next visit to London to enjoy one of our fun and informative tours. We will treat you like royalty!
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Keith B wrote a review 15 May
Plymouth, United Kingdom61 contributions21 helpful votes
The figurehead display which was absolutely fascinating for me. Also every exhibition brought back either memories of my old history teacher or new learning. A great experience not to be missed.
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Date of experience: May 2022
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Veronica R wrote a review Apr 2022
Orlando, Florida16 contributions1 helpful vote
Our guide Graham was extremely informative and improved our tour ten-fold compared to if we had attempted to visit Greenwich on our own. The history and context really highlighted the best of what Greenwich has to offer. 10/10 on this tour and would recommend to anyone. Excellent!
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atl_trav917 wrote a review Mar 2022
Atlanta, Georgia106 contributions111 helpful votes
We had an exceptional private tour with Greenwich Royal Tours. Our time was short and Stephen did a great job showing us the highlights while demonstrating a rare amount of knowledge with great enthusiasm and humor. It was so much better than seeing Greenwich in our own, we never would have seen or learned so much. We wish we could have done a full day tour and may return our next time in London. Highly recommended!
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Barbara S wrote a review Feb 2022
Saint Paul, Minnesota96 contributions16 helpful votes
If you love adventure relics, you will loose your mind in this museum. Every expedition you’ve read about is documented with fantastic displays if artifacts and photos. I thought my husband was going to loose his mind with the quality and expanse of exhibits. Great experience!
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kerryjonker wrote a review Jan 2022
Singapore, Singapore26 contributions4 helpful votes
This walking tour was a lovely revelation. We took the ferry from Embankment downriver to Greenwich on a perfect, blue-skied day so in this respect we were really just lucky. We were a little late but Stephen, our guide, was generous and unperturbed. Our first stop was the Cutty Sark about which I only knew that it was a whiskey. It is worth the trouble to learn more. The clipper is a sort of history of Great Britain's trade in the nineteenth century. From the Cutty Sark we went on to the Old Royal Navy College and the Painted Hall which was magnificent. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the Hall's history and the artist, James Thornhill. We then went to the navy Chapel where we learned more about the College's history. Lunch was simple and hearty! Perfect for the day. After lunch we spent time in the National Maritime Museum where the history of Nelson's great naval battles was really brought to life. I had only known of these battles as dates memorized to pass exams. This museum would have helped a lot back then! My daughters (aged 11 and 13) were engaged throughout the tour. We finished off walking up the (slight) hill to the Royal Observatory. Though it was closed for renovations, it was still worth the walk for the view. And the fun of straddling a meridian line of course.
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Date of experience: January 2022
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