A virtual 3D tour of Greenwich Peninsula and its districts.
2 minutes to Canary Wharf,
8 minutes to London Bridge
and 18 minutes to Bond Street...
The Peninsula is quick and easy to reach from central London over land or by river. The Jubilee line, from North Greenwich underground station, takes you to Waterloo in 11 minutes and Green Park in 15 minutes. Fast and modern, it cuts right across the city and is the only Underground line to connect with every other. Or travel in style on the Thames Clipper riverboat.
Crossrail completes at Canary Wharf in 2018, Peninsula residents will reach Liverpool Street station in 8 minutes and Heathrow Airport in 39 minutes.
City Airport is 10 minutes away, providing a convenient gateway to the globe.
Jubilee line to North Greenwich station. 11 minutes from Waterloo Station. 18 minutes from Bond Street.
Easy access from North and South. A102 from both directions via the Blackwell Tunnel.
Regular service from Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and other piers. Alight at North Greenwich pier.
2 minutes away, Canary Wharf is home to global financial organisations including KPMG, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Thompson Reuters, Bank of America, Barclays and HSBC. Canary Wharf has a sophisticated choice of bars, restaurants and boutiques offering independent and designer labels, beauty, fashion, fitness and home wares. An expansion due to complete in 2023 will see signification additions to office space, restaurants and community facilities.
Old Greenwich is the next stop westwards on the Thames Clipper from the Peninsula and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its 17th century Royal Observatory, Queen's House and Royal Park pay homage to artistic and scientific endeavour. Greenwich is the location of Longitude 0, from which Greenwich Mean Time is set and cuts through the Peninsula itself. The Cutty Sark – the last tea clipper - is moored here, it's also home to the 315 year old Greenwich Market surrounded by independent boutiques and cafes.
In Stratford, 8 minutes northwards on the Jubilee line, the complex created for the London 2012 Olympics is coming to life. The London Aquatics Centre, hockey pitches, tennis courts and Lee Valley VeloPark are open to the public. The area hosts festivals and concerts and its stadium is now home to West Ham United Football Club. The park will soon incorporate an education and cultural district with new campuses for London University College and University of the Arts. This area will also offer major spaces for the V&A museum and Sadler's Wells. Its International Quarter will offer 371,612 sqm of modern workspace accompanied by hotels, retail and residential neighbourhoods. Bisecting the district is shopping on a grand scale at Westfield Stratford City.
Across the Thames from the Peninsula at Royal Victoria Dock, WakeUp Docklands watersports and the Excel London conference centre are easily reached by Emirates Airline cable car.