El Parque Real de Greenwich (en inglés: Greenwich Park) es un antiguo coto de caza en Greenwich y constituye uno de los mayores espacios verdes en el sureste de Londres. Uno de los Parques Reales de Londres, el primero en ser creado (en 1433), cubre 74 hectáreas (182,9 acre) y es Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la Unesco desde 1997. Tiene hermosas vistas sobre el río Támesis, la Isle of Dogs y la City de Londres.
|Lunes||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Martes||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Miércoles||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Jueves||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Viernes||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sábado||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Domingo||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Kristian Sigston | ene. 13, 2018
Great experience. The "ask an astronomer" part was an excellent experience. An astronomer named Tom answered all of the children's questions, along with some of the adults, in the most interesting ways. A wonderful time. I would thoroughly recommend this experience for anyone.
Tony Tran | feb. 24, 2018
A nice walk up the hill. If you want to take a picture of the line but you don't want to pay for entrance, there is a GMT line next to the clock. Awesome view of the city.
Charles Taricska | feb. 8, 2018
Stand on both Hemispheres! Amazing history of the quest for accurate timekeeping and early astronomical observations. The best Planetarium in London. Catch the Volunteers giving talks on the building of accurate clocks
Hannah Quigley | ene. 16, 2018
The grounds and the near-by park are lovely with stunning views of London! The Observatory screen is awesome and shows show pretty amazing films. It is a fascinating place to go to and not only learn about the past but learn about modern space science and time.
Susan Kirby | feb. 18, 2018
The museum was awful. Cast your mind back to the 70s when you had to read small print on cards beside the odd artefact in almost empty museum galleries. Nothing for kids. Such a shame, because it's a fascinating subject. And we paid £33 for the privilege; daylight robbery.
Anjana Silva | mar. 11, 2018
Recently been to Sky tonight show and its simply amazing. The guide who took us through the ride was very knowledge and polite. If you love astrology and related topics then this is a must go place if you are in London. The dorm (space) inside the planatarium is very alluring. There are quite a few shows running during week and weekends. Lovely atmosphere inside out. Friendly staff. Highly recommend this place. Thanks.
Amarjeet Singh | mar. 30, 2018
The observatory is very well maintained and displays a lot of facts, machines, experiments about the planets, stars, galaxies and universe. The Planetarium has different shows through out the day. The fee is £8 per person for the show. The live commentary was very helpful. A must place to viait for the children as well as adults.
Mell Luxe | abr. 6, 2018
I am absolutely disappointed from the staff of the place . They are totally disorganised and because of them we missed the falling of the red Ball . We heard an announcement and asked a member of staff about it and he told us to stay and wait next to the clocks and we were waiting there 20 minuets and after we missed it because nobody came to tell us anything he said that the thing is already done. Then we spoke with him again and it looked like he just joked with us . There isn’t any live tour and any information about it from the live guide . Only small electronic guide which you almost can not hear . My apologies guys but these tickets we paying for, we deserve at least 15 minuets live guide or more professional staff. Otherwise better make it free entrance! It didn’t worth the tickets!
Irene G | mar. 30, 2018
An amazing place to get lost and disconnect. Beautiful park where you can walk peacefully. There is a smaller park where you can see beautiful flowers and birds, also deers.
Santiago Mangudo Escalada | abr. 2, 2018
Great historic place. A must to visit if you are in London... A bit far away from traditional places, you can go on boat
Elise Moore | may. 1, 2018
The hill climb is rather steep so only for the fit. It costs 10£ to get inside to have your picture taken in the meridian. The house where the astronomers lived is very small and honestly should have more exhibits describing the exciting work that took place here and more scientific instruments. They make it like a little house tour but it has no furniture. We loved the place because we'd read books about it but you wouldn't know enough about the landmark work which took place here just from the exhibits. They seriously need to redo the exhibits and rethink what's being displayed and discussed.
Gosia M Kwiatkowska | abr. 26, 2018
The Royal Observatory Greenwich is situated at the top of a hill in Greenwich Park which is the location of the prime meridian - so we also call it Greenwich Mean Time. The the top of the hill you will lovely views of the River Thames and the whole park. If you are walking with small kids it’s worth the walk as there are really nice children play areas in the way up. I recommend the Pavilion Cafe at the top of the hill opposite the Observatory for a bite.
Paul Hyu | abr. 23, 2018
Important historical scientific site, the home of time and space. This is where Greenwich Mean Time was measured from and also there exists (outside it's physically drawn on the floor) the line on either side of which lies the Eastern and the Western hemispheres. The Royal park outside is good and has excellent views. I discovered that you can see some exhibits for free by just going to the cafe at the back of the building.
Blitz Viridis | abr. 16, 2018
A must see for anyone interested in science or science history. The camera obscura was fascinating and gives insight into how cameras work. This is a great thing for parents to show their kids. Their exhibition on the history of timekeeping was also incredibly interesting and gave a lot of insight into the efforts taken to give us something we now take for granted.
Mopelola Adeseye | abr. 20, 2018
The Royal Observatory is building that marks the line of the Greenwich Meridian. One can see a view of the city of London particular Canary Wharf and it's surrounding buildings. The grounds are luscious and extremely vast. One can picnic there and enjoy the freshness of the air. The Royal Observatory is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Although, you will find that the grounds are open till much later.
Prashant Chhaya | jun. 6, 2018
A great place to spend half a day while in London. Very well connected by public transport, it offers a variety for the young & old. The observatory provides a unique opportunity to better appreciate the evolution of measurement standardization of lengths, distances, time & space. It also set the stage for rapid astronomical discoveries.The guides are well trained & the history is worth listening to. The Queens house & the museum are also worth a visit.
Swesh | may. 29, 2018
The place where you actually use in day to day activities even if you are located in any part of the world Greenwich Meridian (GMT). Actually the center of the earth. You can check this museum to know how it is determined, calculated and inventions are made in regards to the time and watch. You have to trek a while to reach the destination top, plan on a sunny day would be much enjoyable. Kids interested in science must go there to check all facts.
Doris Loga | may. 17, 2018
If you love to learn about history this is your place. Measuring time one of the most important challenge of humanity. You can visit the small but interesting museum with an excellent collection. You also will find the imaginary line used to indicate 0° longitude.
Phoebe Ting | jun. 6, 2018
Lovely place to explore if you like astronomy. It’s a bit of a trek up if you’re walking and don’t have the best knees. Also, the view from up there is amazing. One of the best and my favourite spot in London.
qut dam | jul. 15, 2018
The observatory played essential role in the history of time keeping and the related issues like navigation and sailing. It has big planetarium that has 3 different shows. I watched the dark matter show and I think it is amazing. The view from is also amazing, basically it is overlooking most of London. I truly enjoyed it as well as my kids.
Obydullah Al Marjuk | jun. 29, 2018
Amazing experience for me and my family. My son was very young then but he liked the skyline a lot. The green laser light goes far to the city from the center line, amazing view in the evening. The stairs could be difficult for the older people, however the park and surrounding areas are wonderful. The Riverside walk and eateries are very enjoyable too.
Francis Thomson | jul. 13, 2018
An absolute must see for visitors to Greenwich and London. This is a brilliant landmark and visitor attraction and with views outside over the rest of London it’s also a very good opportunity to get some great photographs of the O2 and The City, Canary Wharf and other areas. The observatory itself is great and free to visit and the exhibitions are fun to get into and check out although they are not free and vary on price. We have seen 2 exhibitions so far, the sky at night and the solar system, both have been very very good to see.
Maja Miarecki | jul. 22, 2018
The museum looks great. Detailed history of Royal Astronomers is shown in many places. The Meridian Line is crowded, even if currently it is in different place. The shop offers souvenirs and books and maps of night sky. We spent there really nice and interesting time
Vyren | jul. 8, 2018
Obviously this is the place to go if you want to stand on the prime meridian, but you might be surprised by how much else you learn while you're there. They have a museum that will take you on a journey through the history of the people who dedicated their lives to making navigation in the ocean possible, and those who perfected the art of timekeeping. I was pleasantly surprised to learn as much as I did during my visit. Just be prepared to climb a big hill on your way there.
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