Dive into the history of Greenwich and learn how this part of London influenced the whole world. Join this self-guided tour, walk around and listen to the audio guide on your smartphone. You don't have to do anything as long as you are in the right spots the audio will play automatically.
Pass by some iconic sights of Greenwich such as Cutty Shark, the Queen's House and the Royal Observatory. Pay a visit to Queen Elizabeth's Oak Tree, it is said Henry VIII has cavorted here with Anne Boleyn, resulting in the birth of England's iconic queen. Next, you will head to the Painted Hall to learn about Lord Nelson's corpse and the brandy which was supposed to preserve it.
You can start the tour at any time you like and press pause whenever you need some extra time or want to take a break. You can enjoy the tour on location or at home virtually with VoiceMap's Continuous Play function which disables the GPS playback. Continuing the tour you will hear about how Greenwich Mean Time (or GMT) became the standard from which all the world's times are worked out. At the end of your tour, you can call yourself a Greenwich expert.