Greenwich Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks of London, covering a space of 180 acres in the borough. Millions of visitors walk through its green expanse during the year, enjoying the beautiful gardens and landscapes. It is also home to some of the most popular attractions in London, including the National Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory and the Meridian Line – the Prime Meridian of the world, marked Longitude Zero – can also be found there.
It was once a popular hunting ground used by Henry VIII who bred and introduced deer to the area, a species which is still present in the south east area of the park. Its rich history has also seen a railway station pass through its acreage at one time, and is frequently used by film and TV companies for use in period and costume dramas.
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