Essential information

Key stage: 
Post-16
Location: 
National Maritime Museum, Queen's House
School subject: 
Leisure & tourism

These visit investigation sheets are designed to help students to physically explore and critically assess the Museum. Ideally students should record their observations for later use in group discussions and course work.

Visit investigation sheets for students

These visit investigation sheets are designed to help students to physically explore and critically assess the Museum. Ideally students should record their observations for later use in group discussions and course work.

Key features

They are ready to use, printed and photocopied as they are

Download and adapt them to suit the needs of your students

They can be used to support an independent, self-directed visit with a teacher

Please note: school visits to the Museum must be pre-booked. Contact the Bookings Unit: Tel: 020 8312 6608 or e-mail: bookings@rmg.co.uk

For more information, see 'Booking information for schools'.

Sessions can also be used as part of a study visit, linked to a practical marketing or customer service workshop with a member of the Museum’s staff.

Download below the following investigation sheets (all Word documents):

  • Evaluating customer service at the Museum (2 pages, 41KB)
  • Customer service – first impressions (2 pages, 30KB)
  • Audience audit (1 page, 34KB)
  • Communicating information at the Museum (1 page, 29KB)
  • Access and interpretation at the Museum (1 page, 29KB)
  • Design and technology at the Museum (1 page, 29KB)
  • Health, safety and security at the Museum (1 page, 29KB)
  • Types of job at the Museum (1 page, 32KB)
  • Marketing mix at the Museum (1 page, 30KB)
  • Target marketing at the Museum (1 page, 29KB)
  • Promotion at the Museum (1 page, 32KB)

NEW Greenwich World Heritage site trail 

The Greenwich World Heritage Site trail encourages students to explore the many features that make 'Maritime Greenwich' a fascinating World Heritage Site. Greenwich attracts over 1,300,000 visitors a year and is a major leisure facility, tourist attraction and heritage organisation, operating in the public and private sector.

Download below:

  • World Heritage Site student trail (PDF, 255KB)
  • Teachers' guide (PDF, 200KB)