Firepower Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum, tells the story of the men and women - more than two million of them - who have served as Gunners in the Royal Regiment of Artillery since it was founded.
Transport for London Journey Planner http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk TRAIN Woolwich Arsenal from Cannon Street, Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge. Five minute walk from Woolwich Arsenal to Firepower look for brown Firepower signage. National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950 DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY (DLR) DLR Woolwich Arsenal Station is now open with trains running at least every ten minutes. The Woolwich Arsenal extension serves all stations on the London City Airport Route and Canning Town. Check Transport for London website for details. BUS Bus routes 472, 161, 96, 180 stop in Plumstead Road outside the Royal Arsenal. Bus routes 53, 54,422,380 stop in Woolwich Town Centre. TUBE Jubilee Line to North Greenwich, then a short bus ride to Woolwich (161, 422, 472) to stops A & B. CAR The Royal Arsenal car park entrance is just off Beresford Street/Plumstead Road A206, easterly from the Woolwich Ferry roundabout (A205). From Plumstead Road entrance please follow Arsenal Way and turn left into Wellington Avenue, head straight over at the cross roads and at the barrier turn left into the Royal Arsenal car park. From Tom Cribb entrance head straight following Wellington Avenue to the crossroads, head across Wellington Avenue and at the barrier turn left into the Royal Arsenal car park. CAR PARKING SPECIAL NOTICE The former Museum car park has now closed. Alternative car parking is available on the hard landscaped area to the rear of the adjacent Greenwich Heritage Centre behind the Old Royal Military Academy with access and exit from Warren Lane Gate. For parking advice please call 020 8855 7755. DISABLED PARKING There is limited disabled parking directly outside the Museum. Once within the Royal Arsenal site proceed to Cartridge Place. Barriers restrict vehicle access to this area but disabled visitors and deliveries are allowed through the barrier which is controlled remotely. For London Travel Information contact 020 7222 1234
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