The Royal Waterman's Alms Houses were Victorian almshouses built in 1840-'41 for the retired Watermen and Lightermen of River Thames, and later converted into private residences.
Nearest Transit: North Greenwich (Lines: Jubilee)
Royal Waterman's Alms Houses and Nearby Attractions on Map
Greenwich Park is one of London's largest parks, spread over 74 hectares on a hill rising up from Greenwich town centre.
Royal Observatory Greenwich(1.4 km)
The Royal Observatory is home to Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian line dividing the hemispheres, making it one of the most important historic scientific sites in the world.
Greenwich Park(1.4 km)
Situated on a hill rising up from Greenwich town centre, with impressive views from the hilltop across the River Thames to Docklands and the City of London.
The National Maritime Museum(0.8 km)
The National Maritime Museum houses the UK's national collection of Martime artifacts tracing its seafaring history and is the largest of its kind in the world.
Museum in Docklands(2.5 km)
The Museum in Docklands tells the story of the development of the Docklands from the time of the arrival of Romans in 43 AD, through the Viking times to the present day.
Old Royal Naval College(0.7 km)
The Royal Naval College(0.8 km)
The Royal Naval College was built on the site of the Greenwich Palace by Christopher Wren in 1694, when it was called the Greenwich Royal Hospital for Seamen for the relief and support of seamen and their dependents.
St. Paul's Church(1.8 km)
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