Trains to Maze Hill travel on the Greenwich Line, and include services from London Cannon Street, Slade Green and Dartford. Maze Hill station is a couple of hundred metres from the entrance to Greenwich Park, one of London's largest green spaces, with wonderful views across to the Thames and the City of London skyline. The station itself is located between the park and the main thoroughfare of the district, Trafalgar Road, where you'll find a number of shops, restaurants, bars and pubs.
Also with a ten-minute walk of Maze Hill station are the attractions of the Greenwich World Heritage site, include the buildings of the Old Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum, and the Cutty Sark, the last surviving British tea clipper. Within the grounds of Greenwich Park, to the south of the station, are the Royal Observatory, the Peter Harrison Planetarium, and the location of the prime meridian, marked by a steel line on the ground and by a green laser after dark.