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Visitor attractions and information - Blackheath

Attractions Cricket has been played on the 'Heath' itself since the 1820s. In Blackheath.

Attractions With neighbouring Greenwich Park, Blackheath is well-known as the starting point of the London Marathon. In Blackheath.

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Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. www.nmm.ac.uk. About 1 mile north of Blackheath.

National Maritime Museum

Fire damaged in May 2007

Attractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. cuttysark.org.uk. About 1 mile north of Blackheath.

The Cutty Sark

Blackheath Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Catford

Attractions The Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is the world's second largest movable flood barrier, and was built to counter London's vulnerability to flooding. The structure is located on the River Thames at Woolwich. About 5 miles north east of Catford.

The Thames Barrier

Fire damaged in May 2007

Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. www.nmm.ac.uk. About 3 miles north of Catford.

National Maritime Museum

Attractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. cuttysark.org.uk. Location: About 3 miles north of Catford.

The Cutty Sark

Catford Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - East Molesey

Attractions Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, KT8 9AU. Tel: 0870 752 7777. Entrance charges apply. The oldest Tudor palace in England as well as the famous maze. Nearest Station: Hampton Court Rail. Located in East Molesey.

East Molesey Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Greenwich

Attractions The Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is the world's second largest movable flood barrier, and was built to counter London's vulnerability to flooding. The structure is located on the River Thames at Woolwich. About 2 miles east of Greenwich.

The Thames Barrier

Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. www.nmm.ac.uk. Location: In the centre of Greenwich.

National Maritime Museum

Fire damaged in May 2007

Attractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. cuttysark.org.uk. Location: In the centre of Greenwich.

The Cutty Sark

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Attractions Eltham Palace, Court Yard, London, SE9 5QE. Tel: 020 8294 2548. Henry VIII grew up here. In 1933 the palace was bought by Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, who restored the Great Hall and built their adjoining Art Deco home. Please check the main English Heritage website for the latest information on opening times at Eltham Palace. (Photo (c) English Heritage). About 3 miles south east of Greenwich.

Eltham Palace

Attractions Charlton Athletic FC, The Valley, Floyd Road, Charlton, SE7 8BL. Tel: 020-8333-4000. www.cafc.co.uk. About 2 miles east of Greenwich.

Charlton Athletic FC

Greenwich Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Hither Green

Attractions The Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is the world's second largest movable flood barrier, and was built to counter London's vulnerability to flooding. The structure is located on the River Thames at Woolwich. About 4 miles north east of Hither Green.

Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. About 2 miles north of Hither Green.

www.nmm.ac.uk

Attractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. Location: About 2 miles north of Hither Green.

cuttysark.org.uk

Hither Green Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Kingston Upon Thames

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

Attractions Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB. Tel: 020 8332 5655. Open for the first time in 10 years, Kew Palace is the oldest building within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, built in 1631. It is impossible to take in all of Kew's 300 acres at once. Location: About 5 miles north of Kingston Upon Thames.

www.kew.org

Kingston Upon Thames Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Lambeth

Attractions BFI London Imax Cinema, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, SE1 8XR. Tel: 020 7902 1234
Admission charges apply. Nearest Station: Waterloo Tube/Rail. 3D and 2D films.
About 800 yards from Lambeth.

Attractions London Aquarium, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB. Tel: 020 7967 8000. Admission charges apply. Fish and sea life from all over the world. Nearest Station: Waterloo / Westminster Tube. About 600 yards from Lambeth.

Lambeth Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Lewisham

Attractions The Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is the world's second largest movable flood barrier, and was built to counter London's vulnerability to flooding. The structure is located on the River Thames at Woolwich. About 4 miles north east of Lewisham.

Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. About 2 miles north of Lewisham.

www.nmm.ac.uk

Attractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. Location: About 2 miles north of Lewisham.

cuttysark.org.uk

Lewisham Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Richmond on Thames

Royal Botanic Gardens KewAttractions Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB. Tel: 020 8332 5655. Open for the first time in 10 years, Kew Palace is the oldest building within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, built in 1631. It is impossible to take in all of Kew's 300 acres at once. Location: On the outskirts of Richmond on Thames.

Richmond on Thames Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - South Lambeth

Attractions BFI London Imax Cinema, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, SE1 8XR. Tel: 020 7902 1234. Admission charges apply. Nearest Station: Waterloo Tube/Rail. 3D and 2D films. About 800 yards from Lambeth.

Cinema Theatre

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Attractions London Aquarium, County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB. Tel: 020 7967 8000. Situated in County Hall on the South Bank of the Thames is London Aquarium, one if Europe’s largest and most spectacular displays of aquatic life with around 350 species of fish over three floors. About 600 yards from Lambeth. Gain free entry to London Aquarium – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

London Aquarium
 

 Attractions Lambeth Palace is the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It is located in Lambeth, on the south bank of the River Thames a short distance upstream of the Palace of Westminster on the opposite shore. Lambeth Palace is not open to the general public though tours can be arranged by writing to the bookings department. In Lambeth.
 

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Attractions City Cruises Thames River Cruise. Tel: 020 77 400 400. See and experience the sights and splendour of this great city from the relaxed comfort of a City Cruises modern, all-weather, wheelchair-friendly RiverLinerTM with open upper decks and spacious lower saloons with panoramic windows. There are piers at Westminster and at Waterloo Millennium, close to Lambeth. Gain free entry to City Cruises Thames – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass. The London Pass offers a Red River Rover ticket, allowing you to hop on and hop off any of the city cruises boats all day.

City Cruises Thames
 

 Attractions British Airways London Eye, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, SE1. Tel: +44 870 990 8881. At 135 metres above London, the London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel, with 40km panoramic views on a clear day. www.londoneye.com/ On the South Bank in Lambeth.

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 Attractions The Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre, SE1 8XX. Theatre Booking Tel: 0871 663 2500. www.southbankcentre.co.uk. The Royal Festival Hall is a concert, dance and talks venue within Southbank Centre situated on the South Bank of the River Thames. The Southbank Centre incorporates the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Hayward gallery. On the South Bank 0.5 mile north of Lambeth.
 

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Attractions National Theatre Backstage Tours, National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX. Tel: 020 7452 3400. Situated on the South Bank close to Royal Festival Hall and the Hayward Gallery, National Theatre tours run several times a day and last about 75 minutes. Advance booking is recommended as theatre tour times vary according to rehearsals and performances. Near Waterloo Bridge. Gain free entry to National Theatre Backstage Tours – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

National Theatre Backstage Tours

 Travel by train

 Attractions Waterloo Station, Station Approach, SE1 8SW. Waterloo Station is the UK's largest station, covering an area of 24.5 acres, located in Lambeth near to the South Bank. There is a large, four-faced clock hanging in the middle of the main concourse. Meeting "under the clock at Waterloo station" was a traditional rendezvous for people planning to travel together or arriving from separate locations. It comprises four linked railway stations and a bus station. (CCTV. Ticket office. Refreshment facilities. Pay phone. Shops. Toilets. Wheelchair accessible toilets. Whole station step free access. Wheelchairs available. Taxi rank.) The adjoining Waterloo International station is the current London terminus of Eurostar Channel Tunnel passenger trains to Belgium and France. On the South Bank 0.5 mile north of Lambeth.
 Waterloo Railway Station

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Attractions Florence Nightingale Museum, (on the site of St Thomas' Hospital), 2 Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7EW. Tel: 020 7620 0374. As one of the most famous women in British history it is not surprising that Florence Nightingale should have a museum dedicated to her memory. The Florence Nightingale Museum celebrates the woman who almost single-handedly created the modern nursing profession in Britain following her experiences during the Crimean War. She is famous for answering a call from God and helping hundreds of soldiers during the Crimean War – even now she is referred to as the Lady of the Lamp because of her night time walks tending to sick and wounded soldiers. In Lambeth. Gain free entry to Florence Nightingale Museum – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

Florence Nightingale Museum

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South Lambeth Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Southwark

Attractions National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF. Tel: 020 8858 4422. Admission to the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House is free. Donations from satisfied visitors help us to improve our displays and services. Charges apply to some special events and exhibitions within the Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen's House. About 5 miles east of Southwark.

www.nmm.ac.uk

Cutty SarkAttractions The Cutty Sark Trust, 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BG. Tel: 020 8858 2698. The Cutty Sark has delighted generations of visitors since her opening in 1957. Visiting this historic and atmospheric ship is an unforgettable experience for all ages. About 5 miles east of Southwark.

cuttysark.org.uk

Attractions Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1 9TG. Tel: 020 7887 8000. Nearest Station: Southwark Tube. International modern art from 1900 to present day. In Southwark.

Southwark Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Staines

Attractions Salters Steamers Ltd, Folly Bridge, Oxford. OX1 4LA. - Tel: (01865) 243421. We operate from all of the major locations on the Upper-Thames between Oxford and Staines. STAINES Salters' boats depart from the small garden (Victoria Gardens) under the railway bridge off Thames Street near the Thames Lodge Hotel - nearest postcode is TW18 2BX. Location: In the centre of Staines.

salterssteamers.co.uk

AttractionsAscot Racecourse. Tel: 01344 876 876. Ascot Racecourse, founded in 1711, is the world's most famous racecourse. The 2006 redevelopment has meant that the new Grandstand and the state-of-the-art facilities are second to none. Located close to the M3, M4, M40 & M25 motorways and to London Heathrow for international visitors. About 8 miles west of Staines.

www.ascot.co.uk

Attractions Wentworth Club, Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey GU25 4LS. Tel: 01344 842201. Three 18-hole Championship courses and one 9-hole course of Surrey heathland surrounded by woodland of pine, oak and birch trees. Wentworth's West course is the most televised course in the UK, hosting three professional tournaments every year. Wentworth Club is in Virginia Water, just off the A30, about 5 miles south west of Staines.

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Attractions Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1NJ. Windsor Castle ates back to the time of William the Conqueror. The castle is still used by royalty, in fact it is one of the British monarchs principal English residences. The towers and battlements of the Castle dominate the skyline of Windsor. Depending on opening times, visitors can see the State Apartments, St George’s Chapel, Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, the Castle Exhibition the exhibition in the Drawings Gallery and the semi-state rooms. Location: About 5 miles north west of Staines.

Attractions Royal Windsor Racecourse, Maidenhead Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5JJ. Tel: 01753 498400. The course is laid out in the form of a figure eight slightly more than a mile and a half in extent, the final five furlongs of which is virtually straight. Royal Windsor Racecourse has excellent access to most major motorway networks and rail services. Take advantage of our unique setting by taking a riverboat from the centre of Windsor straight to the racecourse jetty. Location: About 5 miles north west of Staines.

www.windsor-

racecourse.co.uk

Attractions Thorpe Park, Staines Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8PN. Tel: 0870 444 44 66. You may think that Thorpe Park is all about Extreme Thrills but we also offer exciting rides for those who prefer laughing to screaming. Thorpe Park is situated between junctions 11 and 13* of the M25. (*Note: Access from Junction 12 of the M25 is not possible). About 2 miles south of Staines.

thorpepark.co.uk

Staines Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Streatham

Attractions Crystal Palace FC, Selhurst Park Stadium, London, SE25 6PU. Tel: 020 8768 6000. About 5 miles from Streatham. Trains: Thornton Heath, Selhurst & Norwood Junction.

Attractions Streatham Arts Festival - annual event founded in 2002. Tel: 020 7926 5905. Held in Streatham.

Attractions STREATHAM ICE ARENA, 386 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 6HT. Tel: 020 8769 7771. The centre offers expert skating tuition, skate hire. Food, drink and video amusement facilities. In Streatham. Streatham bus garage is next door to the Arena. Streatham Common train station is around the corner and is just a ten minute walk away.

Attractions Streatham Kart Raceway, 390 Streatham High Road, London SW16 6HX. Telephone: 020 8677 8677. Track: 400 metres long, 6 metres wide, Pit lane with computer monitor in each pit bay, Karts: Biz Chassis, Honda GX160 5.5bhp engines, Top speed approaching 40mph. In Streatham.

Streatham Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Vauxhall

Attractions The Brit Oval, Surrey County Cricket Club, Kennington, London SE11 5SS. Tel : 08712 461100.
 

 Attractions Lambeth Palace, London SE1 7JU. Tel: 020 7898 1200. Lambeth Palace is the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It is located in Lambeth, on the south bank of the River Thames a short distance upstream of the Palace of Westminster on the opposite shore. Lambeth Palace is not open to the general public though tours can be arranged by writing to the bookings department.
 

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Attractions Florence Nightingale Museum, (on the site of St Thomas' Hospital), 2 Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7EW. Tel: 020 7620 0374. As one of the most famous women in British history it is not surprising that Florence Nightingale should have a museum dedicated to her memory. The Florence Nightingale Museum celebrates the woman who almost single-handedly created the modern nursing profession in Britain following her experiences during the Crimean War. She is famous for answering a call from God and helping hundreds of soldiers during the Crimean War – even now she is referred to as the Lady of the Lamp because of her night time walks tending to sick and wounded soldiers. Gain free entry to Florence Nightingale Museum – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

Florence Nightingale Museum

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Vauxhall Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Wandsworth

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Attractions The Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon have developed from the garden party atmosphere of the first meeting in 1877, witnessed by a few hundred spectators, to a highly professional tournament attracting an attendance of close to 500,000 people. The brand new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is now open to the public. The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE. Tel: 020 8946 6131. Gain free entry to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass. Location: About 4 miles south of Wandsworth.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

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Attractions Wimbledon Tour Experience, Centre Court The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19. Tel: 020 8946 6131. The Wimbledon Tour Experience includes entry to the hallowed ground of No 1. Court, the Millennium Building and the Press Interview Room, where you can almost sense the presence of the world’s best tennis players at their most elated or deflated, (depending on their performance!). During your visit, London Pass recommends visiting the enchanting Water Gardens, a little known feature of the club with stunning views of over the city; the tour also includes entry to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. In Wimbledon. Gain free entry to Wimbledon Tour Experience – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass. Location: About 4 miles south of Wandsworth.

Wimbledon Tour Experience

Attractions Fulham FC, Craven Cottage, Stevenage Road, London, SW6 6HH. Tel: 0870-442-1222. www.fulhamfc.com. The Craven Cottag Tour is a must for all Fulham fans, with the opportunity to go behind the scenes, visiting the home dressing rooms, dug outs, the Cottage balcony, corporate hospitality areas and press facilities. Tel: 020 7384 4777. Nearby Underground Station: Putney Bridge (District Line) - About 10 minutes walk. Location: About 3 miles north of Wandsworth.

Fulham FC

Attractions Battersea Park is a large Victorian park, opened in 1858. Riverside promenade, magnificent fountains, large lake, boating, cafe, sporting facilities, children's play areas and the Battersea Park Children's Zoo. About 2 miles NE of Wandsworth.

Wandsworth Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Weybridge

Attractions Brooklands Museum, Brooklands Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0QN. Tel: 01932 857381. There are 30 aircraft on the site at Brooklands. The motoring collection includes the Napier Railton. Feaures the Grand Prix Exhibition and the Campbell shed. The Brooklands 'Workshops' has a varied selection of memorabilia, motoring and aviation gifts for the whole family. There is a range of Brooklands branded clothing available, games and books. Toilets and disabled toilets. Shop. On the outskirts of Weybridge. Just a few minutes from Junction 10 of the M25 and the A3 London to Portsmouth trunk road

Brooklands Museum

Attractions Wentworth Club, Wentworth Drive, Virginia Water, Surrey GU25 4LS. Tel: 01344 842201. Three 18-hole Championship courses and one 9-hole course of Surrey heathland surrounded by woodland of pine, oak and birch trees. Wentworth's West course is the most televised course in the UK, hosting three professional tournaments every year. www.wentworthclub.com. Wentworth Club is in Virginia Water, just off the A30, about 6 miles west of Weybridge.

Wentworth Club

Attractions Thorpe Park, Staines Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8PN. Tel: 0870 444 44 66. You may think that Thorpe Park is all about Extreme Thrills but we also offer exciting rides for those who prefer laughing to screaming. Thorpe Park is situated between junctions 11 and 13* of the M25. (*Note: Access from Junction 12 of the M25 is not possible). www.thorpepark.co.uk. About 7 miles north west of Weybridge.

Thorpe Park

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Attractions RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, Surrey GU23 6QB. Tel: 0845 260 9000. Wisley is Britain’s best loved garden with 240 acres offering a fascinating blend of the beautiful with practical and innovative design and cultivation techniques. Restaurant, Coffee Shop and Orchard Café. Information Centre. www.rhs.org.uk. About 4 miles south of Weybridge.

RHS Garden Wisley

Weybridge Hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Wimbledon

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Attractions The Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon have developed from the garden party atmosphere of the first meeting in 1877, witnessed by a few hundred spectators, to a highly professional tournament attracting an attendance of close to 500,000 people. The brand new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is now open to the public. The All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE. Tel: 020 8946 6131. Gain free entry to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

Attractions Wimbledon Common is an area of calm and tranquility in Wimbledon

AttractionsNow more than 125 years old, Royal Wimbledon Golf Club is one of those hidden gems that succeeded in remaining what it set out to be - a very private Club. 0208 946 2125

AttractionsWimbledon Common Golf Club. 19 Camp Road, London SW19 4UW. 020 8946 0294

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Attractions Wimbledon Tour Experience, Centre Court The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19. Tel: 020 8946 6131. The Wimbledon Tour Experience includes entry to the hallowed ground of No 1. Court, the Millennium Building and the Press Interview Room, where you can almost sense the presence of the world’s best tennis players at their most elated or deflated, (depending on their performance!). During your visit, London Pass recommends visiting the enchanting Water Gardens, a little known feature of the club with stunning views of over the city; the tour also includes entry to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. In Wimbledon. Gain free entry to Wimbledon Tour Experience – and dozens of other London Attractions - with the London Pass.

Wimbledon Tour Experience

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Wimbledon hotels

Visitor attractions and information - Woolwich

Attractions The Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is the world's second largest movable flood barrier, and was built to counter London's vulnerability to flooding. The structure is located on the River Thames at Woolwich. About 2 miles west of Woolwich.

Eltham PalaceAttractions Eltham Palace, Court Yard, London, SE9 5QE. Tel: 020 8294 2548. Henry VIII grew up here. In 1933 the palace was bought by Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, who restored the Great Hall and built their adjoining Art Deco home. Please check the main English Heritage website for the latest information on opening times at Eltham Palace. (Photo (c) English Heritage). About 3 miles south of Woolwich.

elthampalace.org.uk

english-heritage.org.uk

Charlton Athletic FCAttractions Charlton Athletic FC, The Valley, Floyd Road, Charlton, SE7 8BL. Tel: 020-8333-4000. About 2 miles west of Woolwich.

www.cafc.co.uk

Woolwich Hotels

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