Heading away from Greenwich town centre, you'll pass St
Alfege's Church on the right. Walk towards a tall red brick
building with a clock tower. You'll pass Cafe Rouge,
Greenwich Picturehouse and Rivington restaurant, all on the
left. We are just past Greenwich Picturehouse cinema.
GETTING TO GREENWICH
CYCLING - a lovely way to get to Greenwich is by bike.
National Cycle Routes 1 and 4 go to Greenwich. And there's
plenty of bike parking.
TRAINS go to Greenwich station from Charing Cross,
London Bridge, Waterloo East and Cannon Street.
BUSES number 177,180,188, 286,386
TUBE - the DLR stops at Greenwich station.
RIVER BOATS go to Greenwich Pier from Tower of
London, Charing Cross, Bankside, Blackfriars Millennium
and Westminster piers. http://www.thamesclippers.com
WALKING - Greenwich is on the beautiful Thames Path.
For train, bus,
tube and DLR
Greenwich Clocktower Market is at 166 Greenwich High
Road, SE10 8NN.
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