Everything you need to know about London’s brand new winter festival in the heart of maritime Greenwich
By Stephanie Hartman|
What is Greenwich Winter Time Festival and when is it taking place?
Greenwich Winter Time Festival is a yuletide takeover of the world heritage-listed Old Royal Naval College, located right beside the Cutty Sark. It opens on Friday December 1 and runs until Sunday December 31.
What's going on at Greenwich Winter Time Festival?
Plenty! The stretch in front of the riverside building has been taken over with an ice rink where freestyle skaters will be performing before visitors take to the ice, and there’s a Christmas market filled with contemporary craft and design stalls. Street food vendors have set up shop, there’s heaps of family entertainment and live music, theatre and DJs doing their thing.
How do I get to Greenwich Winter Time Festival?
The nearest stations are Cutty Sark DLR, Greenwich Station and Maze Hill Station.
Is there an entry fee?
Yes. Tickets start from £15 for adults and £8 for kids and allow entry for three hours. Ice skating packages and family tickets are also available.