Discover the panoramic vistas of Greenwich, vanishing points and lines of perspective described by Wren, Hawksmoor and mother nature.
This tour, led by an acclaimed architectural photographer takes in 18C urban design, the finest of English Baroque architecture, green parks and the sweep of the Thames. Viewpoints high and low will give you an understanding of the importance of Greenwich in London's history and great opportunities for panoramic photographs of London.
This is an introductory tour and your guide will be on hand to guide you and answer any questions.
Participants should be familiar with the manual functions of their camera. You MUST bring your own camera.
Walking tour departing from Greenwich Tourist Information Centre
Pepys House, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, London, SE10 9LW
Duration 3 hours approx
New dates added to the programme soon
Any problems with booking please email email@example.com or call 020 3006 7008 (9.30am - 6pm Monday to Friday)
"The tour offered a large number of vistas which are easily overlooked. As I know the City well, it was particularly rewarding to see buildings with which I was reasonably familiar, from a completely new point of view, through the eyes of a photographer"
"It was wonderful having the time and space to look, having the confidence that there would be another impressive scene around the next corner and getting one shot worth entering for In pictures, The Guardian!"
"The tours was a gift from a friend. I had a wonderful time and took some great photos, even with a small digital camera. Grant was a great guide"
"...getting an informed view on new architecture AND some useful photography tips at the same time. Enjoyed everything about the tour. Guide was excellent. Brilliant tour"
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