9- Greenwich Maritime Museum
To best admire the stunning Museum and its spectacular views, climb to the Royal Observatory. Ten years in the making, the National Maritime Museum was opened by King George VI on 27 April 1937. Since then, it has grown to boast the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea, including maritime art, cartography, manuscripts, official public records, ship models and plans. There is a café and a brasserie with views over Greenwich Park too. This is the perfect spot to relax and unwind.
8- The Royal Observatory
The Royal Observatory, Greenwich is the historic centre of British astronomy, home to the world’s Prime Meridian and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in London and a favourite of the team at Fraser Place Canary Wharf. Although the true Prime Meridian has shifted a little with time, the original line is still marked by the transit circle and also by a line in the courtyard outside the observatory.
7- Queens Elizabeth Park
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a vibrant area of East London and a modern urban destination. It makes a perfect backdrop for taking Instagram photos and creating memories. You can slide down the Arcelor Mittal Orbit Tower, swim at the aquatic centre, walk the 2012 trail and capture the Olympic spirit or take to the water. You can also explore on either a swan pedalo or on boat trip. Boat trips and pedalos can be found outside the Aquatic Centre.