HOW TO GET TO GREENWICH PENINSULA
Greenwich Peninsula is home to a growing community of residents, a purpose built creative hub, world class entertainment venues, independent bars and restaurants, and so much more.
Whether you’re visiting friends living at Greenwich Peninsula, going for food near the O2 before a show, or heading out for a day of shopping at the ICON Outlet, you might be wondering how to get to Greenwich Peninsula in the easiest, quickest and most affordable way possible.
Greenwich Peninsula might well be one of the most accessible destinations in London. There's easy access via tube, bus, river boat or cable car, plus there's plenty of car parking and bike racks dotted around the neighbourhood. However you prefer to travel around London, there’s a transport option for you when it comes to getting to and from Greenwich Peninsula!
WHERE IS GREENWICH PENINSULA LOCATED
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!
WHERE IS NORTH GREENWICH LOCATED
North Greenwich is one of the most accessible areas in the city as there are so many ways to get there. Situated on the Jubilee line and with the Elizabeth line and DLR servicing stations closeby, you can get from North Greenwich to London Bridge in as little as 8 minutes!
Fun Fact: If you thought North Greenwich was elsewhere in London, you wouldn’t have been wrong 100 years ago! Historically, North Greenwich was an area on the Isle of Dogs and even had its own North Greenwich station until 1926. Today, North Greenwich is home to Greenwich Peninsula which has something for everyone to enjoy, from art trails and an ecology park to a Selfie Factory and cinema.
HOW TO GET TO GREENWICH PENINSULA AND NORTH GREENWICH
Whether you’re wondering how to get to Greenwich Peninsula from Canary Wharf, South East London, elsewhere in the city or further afield in the country, you won’t be short of transport options. From adventurous cable cars and exciting river boats to convenient buses and the London Underground, take a look at how to get to North Greenwich and Greenwich Peninsula, and plan your journey today!
Tube (North Greenwich
Where is North Greenwich Tube Station on the London Underground? On the Jubilee line between Canary Wharf and Canning Town, North Greenwich is in the heart of the Peninsula, operating 24 hours at the weekend and from early 'til late through the week. North Greenwich Tube Station is a stone’s throw from Greenwich Peninsula, making it one of the easiest and quickest modes of transport in the area. Find out more about how to get to Greenwich Peninsula by using the tube.
Bus (North Greenwich)
You can very easily get to Greenwich Peninsula by bus. Where is North Greenwich bus station? Connected to the tube station, it is a major hub which provides direct links to South East London, Stratford and Central London, making it a quick, convenient and affordable way of getting to Greenwich Peninsula. Learn more about how to get to Greenwich Peninsula by bus.
River Boat (North Greenwich Pier)
Where is Greenwich Peninsula located? Right next to the River Thames which means you can travel the scenic route via Uber Boat by Thames Clippers riverboat services from Greenwich Peninsula to Canary Wharf, Chelsea and everywhere in between. Whether you’re heading to Greenwich Peninsula to play crazy golf or to enjoy brunch with friends, travel in style by taking the River Boat!
London Cable Car
Take flight on the IFS Cloud Cable Cars, connecting Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks and ExCel London. If you’re wondering how to get to Greenwich Peninsula in the most unique and exciting way possible, the IFS Cloud Cable Cars offer some of the best views of London as you soar over the city. Taking just 10 minutes for a one-way journey to Greenwich Peninsula, learn more about London’s IFS Cloud Cable Cars.
If you live outside of London and are wondering how to get to Greenwich Peninsula, you’ll be pleased to know that there is plenty of car parking available in the area so you can drive here. Car parking spaces are available for many of our apartments however the O2 also offers over 2,000 parking spaces for non-event and hourly parking. There is also disabled parking at the O2 and electric vehicle chargers available at North Greenwich Tube Station car park! Find out more about parking at Greenwich Peninsula.
ADVICE WHEN TRAVELLING TO/FROM GREENWICH PENINSULA
As you plan how to get to Greenwich Peninsula for a day of exploring, shopping, relaxing, dining and having some well-needed downtime, here are our top 5 tips for travelling to and from the area:
- Please be aware that some transport services are subject to cancellation and changes at short notice, so check directly with TFL for the latest information when you plan how to get to Greenwich Peninsula.
- If you are planning on parking at the O2, you may choose to book in advance to guarantee a space.
- As you plan how to get to Greenwich Peninsula, keep an eye out for the opening and closing times of the IFS Cloud Cable Cars, as well as the first and last bus and tube times from North Greenwich.
- Where is Greenwich Peninsula located in relation to key London landmarks? Greenwich Peninsula is right next to the O2 arena and River Thames, just a stone’s throw from Canary Wharf and the Cutty Sark.
- Plan how to get to Greenwich Peninsula around your budget, there are affordable transport options for everyone!
Visit Greenwich Peninsula today
Whether you’re travelling from central London to watch a show at the O2, visiting from further away to spend the day wandering around the ICON Outlet, or simply near the Greenwich area and looking for somewhere to enjoy delicious food and drink in Greenwich, there are plenty of ways to get to Greenwich Peninsula. From the exciting IFS Cloud Cable Car to the reliable tube, which mode of transport will you choose to visit Greenwich Peninsula?
If you have any questions about how to get to Greenwich Peninsula or North Greenwich, get in touch with us today and a member of our friendly team will be more than happy to help.