Join deaf historian John Wilson for a tour of Cutty Sark and her history in BSL.
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Explore great art, groundbreaking architecture and royal history in the magnificent surroundings of the 17th-century Queen's House. Enjoy events inspired by our beautiful 'house of delight', as Inigo Jones's architectural masterpiece opens its doors again.
Looking for great Christmas gifts or fun things to do over the holidays? The Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and Queen's House are open every day except 24-26 December, and we have a host of exciting events and present ideas.
Death in the Ice: The Shocking Story Of Franklin’s Final Expedition explores the mysterious fate of Sir John Franklin and his crew on their final expedition – a mystery that remains unsolved today.
Essential information for planning your visit to the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House Greenwich.
Royal Museums Greenwich is the place to discover sea and space exploration, pioneering architecture, art and British history. There are lots of fantastic things to see and do for free at the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House.
We welcome group visits of any size to the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House. As a top-10 UK visitor attraction we are the perfect destination whatever your interests - art and architecture, star gazing and astronomy, ships and the sea or British history and royalty. All our attractions are located within easy walking distance of each other and are part of historic Greenwich, one of London's most charming areas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Explore the Queen's House, Inigo Jones' architectural masterpiece and the first Classical building in the UK.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Greenwich is one of the most historically rich areas of London and is just 20 minutes from the centre by DLR, train or boat.
Immerse yourself in the the National Maritime Museum's special exhibition 'Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution' and the accompanying events season exploring one of the most vibrant periods of our history.