Greenwich Park

From the Royal Parks: -

The Royal Parks have agreed to maintain the current park closing time of 7.00pm for Greenwich Park whilst the current Coronavirus Measures are in place.

"The Royal Parks remain open and are vitally important at this time. However, social distancing, as set out by the Government, is absolutely crucial. We have, therefore, taken the decision to close all our cafes and kiosks with immediate effect as people are not adhering to social distancing guidelines.

We have also made the decision, based on police advice, to close roads to traffic in the outer parks; Richmond, Bushy and Greenwich Parks. (Gates remain open for pedestrians and cyclists).
We will keep this situation under constant review. If people do not follow social distancing guidelines, we will have no choice but to consider closing the parks.”
Please do observe the distancing guidelines so that the Park remains open.
You can keep up to date with developments at

The Flower Garden, Rose Garden and Herb Garden are closed

People are permitted to exercise once a day, either alone or with members of their immediate household, but all other gatherings in the parks of more than two people are banned and will be dispersed by the police.
If you're visiting a park to get your essential daily exercise, please:
• Stay at least 2m away from each other
• Avoid all gatherings - no more than two people together
• Don't drive to our parks or use public transport
We believe that now more than ever, we play a vital role in the physical and mental wellbeing of the nation and, by following these rules, we can keep London's parks open for everyone who needs them.
To help people visit our parks safely we've made a number of changes that you can read about on our website."
You can also keep up to date with further developments on the Friends of Greenwich Park website.