Getting to Greenwich Peninsula

Let your journey begin with ease, allowing you to make the most of your time on the Peninsula. However you’re arriving, we’ve got you covered with detailed directions for getting here.

If you haven’t visited us before, you might be thinking, where is Greenwich Peninsula located and how can I get there? Wrapped on three sides by 1.6 miles of the river Thames, Greenwich Peninsula is in the heart of the city, located in North Greenwich.

Just a few minutes away by tube from Canary Wharf and Canning Town, Greenwich Peninsula couldn’t be easier to get to on public transport, whether you hop on a bus or take a ride on the Jubilee line. Do you prefer to walk around the city? If you’ve spent the day at Greenwich Park and are wondering how to get to Greenwich Peninsula, it’s less than a 15 minute walk. Wherever you are in West London and beyond, getting to Greenwich Peninsula is hassle-free!

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Transport Links


from North Greenwich

  • 2 mins

    Canary Wharf

  • 9 mins

    London Bridge

  • 13 mins


  • 14 mins


  • 18 mins

    Bond Street


from Greenwich Pier

  • 6 mins


  • 8 mins

    Maritime Greenwich

  • 20 mins

    Canary Wharf

  • 41 mins

    Tower Bridge

  • 45 mins

    London Bridge


from North Greenwich

  • 11 mins

    Greenwich Park

  • 12 mins

    National Maritime Museum

  • 15 mins

    Cutty Sark

  • 16 mins


  • 19 mins

    Blackheath Village

IFS Cable Car

from Greenwich Peninsula

  • 7 mins

    Royal Docks

Car Parking

If you’re wondering where to park when visiting, you have several options including the O2 Arena or North Greenwich Underground Station car park. The O2 Arena offers both pre-booking or turn-up and park options and the North Greenwich Underground Station car park offers over 500 bays, 19 motorcycle bays and several electric vehicle charging points.

Discover the Peninsula

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Food & Drink

From coffee shops and street food to pubs and supper clubs, we have it all on the Peninsula.

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What's Here

Explore everything from art galleries, a golf driving range, parks, shops, the Thames Path and so much more.