Featuring the Cutty Sark Gardens, the Royal Observatory and a number of smashing pubs, as well as the view-blessed Island ... More
Greenwich Foot Tunnel
Featuring the Cutty Sark Gardens, the Royal Observatory and a number of smashing pubs, as well as the view-blessed Island Gardens and the fabulous Mudchute Farm and Kitchens , is the rusty, dripping wonder that is the Greenwich Foot Tunnel. Built in 1902, it still carries many a happy soul down before they are whisked back up to the surface in another oak cad lift. It is glazed with dirty white tiles (two hundred thousand of them apparently) and is strangely a lot of fun, if slightly spooky.
You are permeated with history when walking around. Grand architecture in a waterfront setting. You can hear music drifting across the site from Trinity Guildhall College of Music nearby. Avoid sundays.
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