Wrapped on three sides by 1.6 miles of the river Thames, Greenwich Peninsula is an 'almost island' destination and 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.
Don't be fooled that our 'almost island' status means we're inaccessible, in fact the 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 car parking a plenty and bike racks dotted around the neighbourhood for those with a little more energy.
Advice when travelling to/from Greenwich Peninsula
You're welcome to enjoy Greenwich Peninsula's parks, riverside art trails and outdoor spaces but please do remember to keep a safe distance from others and we urge you to follow laws as set out by the government, especially around travel and meeting others. Please be aware that some transport services are subject to cancellation and changes at short notice, please check directly with TFL for the latest information.
We're well connected
Tube (North Greenwich)
North Greenwich is in the heart of the Peninsula, operating 24 hours at the weekend and from early 'til late through the week.
Bus (North Greenwich)
North Greenwich bus station is connected to the tube station and is a major hub providing direct links to South East London, Stratford and Central London.
River Boat (North Greenwich Pier)
Travel the scenic route via Uber Boat by Thames Clippers riverboat services to North Greenwich Pier and arrive on The Tide, a new riverside linear park.
London Cable Car
Take flight on The London Air Line; connecting Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks and ExCel London.