Nearest station to Up the Creek

ADDRESS
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick, SE10 9SW
OPENING TIMES
Wed 7.30pm-11.30pm, Thurs 8pm-11.30pm, Fri 8pm-2am, Sat 7pm-2am, Sun 7.30pm-11.30pm
PRICES
Wed 5, Thurs FREE, Fri 10/7, Sat 16/12, Sun 6/4

Location map of Up the Creek

Underground Stations

Distance

19 mins from Up the Creek

26 mins from Up the Creek

North Greenwich Tube Station

5 Millennium Way, London, Greenwich, SE10 0PH

28 mins from Up the Creek

Mainline Stations

Distance

Greenwich Railway Station

Greenwich High Street, London, Greenwich, SE10 8JA , Underground lines: DLR (Lewisham Branch)

6 mins from Up the Creek

Maze Hill Railway Station

Tom Smith Close, London, Greenwich, SE10 9XG

11 mins from Up the Creek

Deptford Railway Station

Deptford High Street, London, Lewisham, SE8 3NU

13 mins from Up the Creek

Docklands Light Railway

Distance

Greenwich

Greenwich High Road, London, Greenwich, SE10 8JA , Underground lines: DLR (Lewisham Branch)

6 mins from Up the Creek

Deptford Bridge

Deptford Bridge, London, Greenwich, SE8 4HH , Underground lines: DLR (Lewisham Branch)

13 mins from Up the Creek

Elverson Road

Elverson Road, London, Greenwich, SE8 4LA , Underground lines: DLR (Lewisham Branch)

18 mins from Up the Creek

Hotels near Up the Creek

The London Borough of Greenwich

The London Borough of Greenwich

Greenwich The London Borough of Greenwich lies on the south bank of the Thames. Rich in maritime history, Greenwich also has an outstanding architectural heritage. Many of its buildings are designed by well known English architects, including the Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory built by Sir Christopher Wren for King Charles II. At the Royal Observatory visitors can stand astride Longitude Zero with one foot in the eastern and the other in the western hemisphere. The borough enjoys many royal connections and within its boundaries are two former Royal Palaces and two royal dockyards. Additional visitor attractions include Greenwich Market, the Cutty Sark - the oldest surviving tea and wool clipper, the Millennium Dome and the Thames Barrier. Greenwich can be reached in 15 minutes by train from central London, or via a leisurely 45 minute cruise from Westminster or Charing Cross Piers.

 
 

Hotels Near

Up the Creek

 
 
Near Up the Creek All London hotels
Check-in:
Check-out:
Number of rooms:
Room 1:

What's On Today

Near Up The Creek

 
 
 
Cell
Theatre | Until 19th April 2014 

Greenwich Theatre 4 minutes walk from Up The Creek

A collaboration between Smoking Apples, Little Cauliflower and Red Threaders using puppetry to explore a physically degenerative disease....More

Hatch, Match & Despatch
Hatch, Match & Despatch
Exhibitions | Until 1st June 2014 

Fan Museum 4 minutes walk from Up The Creek

This intriguing display of fans at the Fan Museum commemorating births, marriages and deaths over a period of 300 years, ...More

 
Turner and the Sea
Turner and the Sea
Exhibitions | Until 21st April 2014 

National Maritime Museum 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

In November 2013 the National Maritime Museum will stage the first large-scale exhibition to examine JMW Turner's lifelong pre-occupation with ...More

 
The Fighting Temeraire: Talk
Exhibitions | On 17th April 2014 

National Maritime Museum 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

...More

Longitude Punk'd
Longitude Punk'd
Exhibitions | Until 1st February 2015 

Royal Observatory Greenwich 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

Longitude Punk'd celebrates the wacky inventors, star-gazing scientists and elegant explorers of the eighteenth century. The Royal Observatory in Greenwich ...More

 
War Artists At Sea
War Artists At Sea
Exhibitions | Until 1st February 2015 

The Queen's House 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

Showcasing the best of Royal Museums Greenwich's collection of First and Second World War art, this display at The Queen's ...More

 
Guiding Lights: 500 Years Of Trinity House And Safety At Sea
Guiding Lights: 500 Years Of Trinity House And Safety At Sea
Exhibitions | Until 4th January 2016 

National Maritime Museum 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

Five hundred years ago, a fraternity of London mariners was given a charter by Henry VIII and became the Corporation ...More

 
Nelson, Navy, Nation: The Story Of The Royal Navy And The British People, 1688-1815
Nelson, Navy, Nation: The Story Of The Royal Navy And The British People, 1688-1815
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

National Maritime Museum 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

Opening on Trafalgar Day (21st October 2013), Nelson, Navy, Nation is a new permanent gallery at the National Maritime Museum ...More

 
Family Fun Weekend
Kids Events | Until 17th April 2014 

National Maritime Museum 6 minutes walk from Up The Creek

...More

 
 
 
SALE
London Hotels

From cheap budget places to stay to luxury 5 star suites see our special offers for Up the Creek hotels, including Hilton Hyde Park Hotel London from 57% off.