The Museum sites are normally open daily between 10.00–17.00, last admission 16.30 (Cutty Sark 16.00).
Please note: On Tuesday 28 May, Cutty Sark will close at 15.15 (last admission 14.15).
Thursday late closing: The Sammy Ofer Wing and ground floor galleries of the National Maritime Museum stay open late till 20.00 on Thursdays. This includes the Shop, the Museum Café and outside terrace area, the Voyagers gallery and Compass Lounge, the Neptune Court 'streets' and the Explorers and Maritime London galleries.
Closures: the Museum sites are closed 24-26 December, close at 15.00 on 31 December and open at midday on 1 January and on the occasion of the London Marathon. Occasional unavoidable closures to parts of the site are posted in latest visitor information.
The Sammy Ofer Wing
The Sammy Ofer Wing is the biggest development in the Museum’s history. The new wing includes:
16 Seconds West Brasserie – a new restaurant which features the best of contemporary British cuisine with unrivalled views over Greenwich Park. To reserve a table visit 16secondswest.co.uk, call 020 8312 8516 or use the bookings widget on our Food and Drink page.
Voyagers: Britons and the Sea, a new permanent gallery with over 200 objects representing the extraordinary depth and range of the Museum’s collection. Voyagers also features the Wave, a 20-metre dynamic audio-visual installation along which over 300 images and films from the Museum’s vast archives unfold in a series of thematic visual journeys.
The Compass Lounge where you can explore our vast collection and enjoy free wifi in comfort.
The new Caird Library and archive – provides public access to the most comprehensive maritime resources in the world, our unparalled paper-based collections. Find out more