Pocahontas Boat Trip Up Thames
Extra 21 invite you and your families to join us for a trip up River to Greenwich from Tilbury on Saturday 26th May 2012.
Come aboard at Tilbury and make yourself comfortable. Sit back and enjoy a full commentary on all the historic events and current landmarks that contribute to make a cruise upon the Thames such a unique experience. The Princess Pocahontas cruises past Tilbury Docks, under the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge (Dartford’s river crossing) and through the remarkable engineering feat of the Thames Barrier and on to Greenwich.
At Greenwich you can go ashore for two and a half hours to explore all the treasures that this historical area has to offer – The National Maritime Museum, The Royal Naval College and the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark.
Bargain hunt in the numerous antique shops or amongst the stalls of the Saturday craft market, or relax in the huge Greenwich park with its beautiful gardens and Deer park.
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