Welcome to our audio tour of Greenwich Campus. Our recordings will introduce you to the university campus and the historic town centre.

We are continuing to make changes to our campuses in line with the current government guidance. Everyone must act safely and responsibly and follow the university guidance set out in our Covid-Safe Charter. For more information, please visit our Be Covid-Safe page.

Our map of the campus will help you get around and identify some of the landmarks referenced in the tours below.

Audio tour map of Greenwich Campus

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Begin the tour

The tour starts at Cutty Sark DLR Station.

Discover what makes Greenwich town centre so popular with visitors. Find out about Greenwich Market, as well as the town's royal origins and maritime past.

Learn about the university's award-winning Stockwell Street Building, home to a state-of-the-art library as well as hi-tech study spaces.

Take in the famous landmarks of Greenwich, from the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House to Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory.

Discover the baroque buildings of Greenwich Campus and find out which of the university's academic schools are based in these beautiful buildings.

See where graduation ceremonies take place and find out about our close links with major international companies.

Admire the beauty of Queen Anne Court, home to our Business School, and see where students catch the free intercampus bus to the university's Avery Hill Campus.

Step inside Dreadnought Building, the go-to place for students. As well as a café and bar, it's where you'll find the Students' Union and the Student Services desk.

Explore Cutty Sark, the only surviving tea clipper in the world, and find out who to contact for more details about studying at the University of Greenwich.