Greenwich and Tower Hill

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Greenwich and Tower Hill

Greenwich has always played a significant role in international sea-faring. This is clear to see when considering that Greenwich was selected as the standard point (zero degrees latitude) from which all meridians should be measured. All international clock times are based on variations of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Greenwich is one of the finest parts of London south of the river Thames, with a good selection of restaurants pubs and attractions. Perhaps the most famous attraction is the Millennium Dome, the largest single structure in the UK built as a celebration of mankind's achievements. The Tower Hill area also contains a number of fascinating landmarks such as the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.



Greenwich and Tower Hill Landmarks and Attractions

Millennium Dome
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Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP, England
Tel: +44 207 403 3761
 

Following eight years of construction, Tower Bridge was completed in 1894. Tower Bridge is the first of London's Thames bridges and the only one which can allow the passage of shipping underneath. For visitors to this magnificent London landmark there is the Tower Bridge Experience, a unique opportunity for visitors to learn more about one of the world's most famous bridges.

Opening Times:
Open April to October 10.00am - 6.30pm
November to March 9.30am - 6.00pm
Last entry is 75 minutes before closing time.

Admission:
Adult - 6.25
Child (5-15) - 4.25
Student (with ID) - 4.25
Senior (60+) - 4.25
Under 5s - Free
Family discounts from 18.25

London Underground Picture  Tower Hill




London Dungeon
28-34 Tooley Street, London, SE1, England
Tel: +44 171 403 0606
 

The London Dungeon is one of London's most popular tourist attractions. Visitors are treated to an experience that is guarenteed to open their eyes to the darker side of history. The horrors of the torture chamber are depicted in graphic detail. Within the museum visitors will find an array of attractions and multi-media displays. The London Dungeon contains over forty exhibits and is not recommended for those of a nervous disposition or unaccompanied children.

Opening Times:
Open 1st Apr - 30th Sep, Daily 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (last admission 5:30 pm)
12th July - 1st Sep, Mon-Wed, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
1st Oct - 31st Mar, Daily 10:30 am - 5:30 pm (last admission 4:30 pm)

Admission:
Adult - 9.50
Child (4-14 yrs) - 6.50
Student - 8.25
OAP (60+) - 6.50
Discouts for groups

London Underground Picture  London Bridge



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