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Our Ladye Star of the Sea, 68 Crooms Hill

Our Ladye Star of the Sea, 68 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8HG View on map

Catholic church built in 1851 by William Wardell (1823-1899) in a style of c1300 but with much decoration by Augustus Pugin. The exterior is Kentish rag stone with Caen stone dressings dominated by the tower over the top of the main entrance door. Pugin's input is very evident in the high altar and east window of 5 lights together the tabernacle and lectern.


Opening Arrangements

Tuesday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday 8am - 1pm. At other times contact the Presbytery (tel: 0208 858 0662). The church is frequently open throughout the day during hours of daylight (except Mondays) especially in summer time.


By Greenwich Park on Crooms Hill. Rail: Greenwich mainline (DLR) or Cutty Sark (DLR) (approximately 1 mile). Bus: None direct but routes 180 and 199 stop at the bottom of Grooms Hill and No 53 stops at the top.

Parking Spaces


Pay and display parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes