Fun Things To Do in Greenwich

From the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College to the O2 Arena and the Cutty Sark, there's plenty to see in SE10. And when you're done with the tourist stuff? Set your sights on boozy brunch afternoons, quirky dating events and mouthwatering burger spots with our guide on fun things to do in Greenwich.

Last updated on 27th September 2021

The Old Joinery

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With its drop-dead gorgeous beer garden, mouthwatering menu of stacked patties and buzzing vibe, there's no way you can miss out on a night at The Old Joinery. To sweeten the deal? This place is keeping you entertained with a packed roster of live musicians.

Sure, The O2 is known for its musical offerings, but this unique experience is going higher than the usual. Don your boiler suit, strap into that harness and prepare for a photo-worthy opp. Your chance to climb one of London's most recognisable landmarks has arrived. 

From fermentation classes to bread-making workshops and sushi sessions, Greenwich Pantry has got quite the selection of cookery classes. Head southeast where Prendagast will be the location for all your mixing, sifting and rolling needs.

  Bottomless Brunch

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@ The Oystercatcher on Every Saturday

A charming waterside restaurant, The Oystercatcher is cooking up quite the weekend feast. Make your way to Victoria Parade for buttermilk waffles, mac n cheese, avo on toast and two hours of bottomless prosecco or bellinis in a heated outdoor booth.

Prepare to be transported back in time as Bunker 51 takes you to the Cold War-era. The huge military-themed space is perfect for private hire, whether you're celebrating a birthday or out with colleagues. Think laser tag, paintball, BBQ buffets and more.