One of the only pubs in London accessible by tube, boat and cable car, The Pilot is located in North Greenwich - a stone's throw from the O2 Arena.
Also handily close-by are London City Airport, Canary Wharf and the ExCel London Exhibition Centre.
(from the North): Head southeast on Blackwall Tunnel Approach/A102. Exit onto Blackwall Lane/A2203 toward Greenwich, and take the second exit at the roundabout onto John Harrison Way. Turn left onto West Parkside, then your first right onto River Way – you’ve reached your destination! By car (from the South): Head north on the A2, and continue onto the A102. Take the exit toward Greenwich Peninsula, then turn right onto Blackwall Lane/A2203. From here, follow the directions above.Driving Directions
The area near the pub is well served by public transport. Hop on the 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486 bus.
North Greenwich (Jubilee Line) underground station is an 8 minute walk. Turn right as you come off the escalators, and keep straight, leaving the O2 on your left. At the end of the walkway, turn right again, and, leaving the cable cars on your left, walk to the end of the green where you’ll find us on your far right.
Travelling by train? Charlton Rail and Westcombe Park are our nearest rail stations.
From North Greenwich Pier (Thames Clippers): Take the Thames path and at the cable cars make a right, on first one left and walk to the end of the green where you’ll find us on your far right. From Emirates Air Line Cable Cars: Take the first one left and walk to the end of the green where you’ll find us on your far right.
Offering stylish accommodation near the O2 Arena, The Pilot is also close to a host of other top London attractions, including: ExCel London, Canary Wharf, The Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich Park, Old Royal Naval College and London City Airport.
The pub is convenient for some of London’s famous museums too such as the National Maritime Museum, the Museum of London Docklands and the wonderfully quirky Fan Museum. The pub and hotel are also near London's wild dinosaurs! You read that correctly, the Dinosaurs in the Wild tours start a stones throw away from The Pilot.