The Peninsula doesn't pretend to be one thing – it's more interesting than that. Emerging all the time is an eclectic mix of new cafes, bars, restaurants, places for music, for art and just to chill out. Explore what's already here on the Peninsula using the map below.
Strolling along the river, lazing in the park, relaxing in the amphitheatre and gazing across London.
Living, loving, eating, thinking, everything feels better close to water. The Peninsula is wrapped on three sides by one and a half miles of a river full of character and awash with history. The ebb and flow of river traffic and Peninsula wildlife bring an unexpected tranquility to the heart of the city.
Golf Driving Range
Take a swing towards the O2 or a wedge towards the Wharf, at an urban range with views and a half. Accompanying Vinotech Compass has one of the Peninsula’s finest menus, your just reward for a hole in one.
Three acres of resplendent gardens designed by Tom Dixon, Alys Fowler and Thomas Hoblyn Landscape Architects. A space for wanderers, for fete goers, for those looking for sun, and those seeking shade. A rough and tumble childhood stomping ground and a horticultural haven supplying fresh produce to nearby Craft London.
An oasis of calm at the Peninsula’s heart. A place of picnics, autumn leaves, scuffed knees and drowsy bees. There’s a school nearby, an open air café, kids play area and our great old London pub The Pilot.
An outdoor home for Peninsula theatre, music, performance and cinema, inspired by the geometry and basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway.
Emirates Air Line Cable Car
The thrilling way to see the Peninsula, in all its glory. The Emirates Air Line’s Cable Car ferries passengers over the Thames to the Royal Docks and ExCel London, the capital’s largest exhibition centre.
Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park
Four glorious acres of wetlands and meadows teeming with native Peninsula wildlife. Birds for all seasons, wildflowers to discover, bright flora and beautiful fauna to wow young and old.
Greenwich Yacht Club
Cruising, sailing, racing and rowing, down by the river on the eastern bank, you’ll find the Greenwich Yacht Club perched on the shore.
An iconic piece of modern architecture that honours the Prime Meridian that passes through. A rooftop you can climb, day or night, spaces to eat, meet and explore.