Becoming a Corporate Partner at Royal Museums Greenwich offers you the opportunity to join a world class group of museums. We take pride in offering flexible, tailor made packages which aim to meet your key objectives and reflect the values of your company.
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Find out about our pioneering joint ventures and learning partnership projects.
We have set up partnership projects to collaborate with conservators within specialist fields across museums, to compare treatments of similar collections, to develop or improve conservation techniques, to utilise analysis techniques and to investigate issues relating to the deterioration and treatment of objects.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has awarded three studentships per year for three years (2016-2019) under its Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme to The Thames Consortium, comprised of The National Archives, The National Maritime Museum and The National Portrait Gallery.
The National Maritime Museum's rich collections and displays provide the ideal starting point for children’s creative work. Making Waves is a unique curriculum-linked resource to inspire and support teachers in firing children’s imaginations and nurturing creative responses through music and dance. The resource includes lesson plans, hints and tips, illustrative films and interviews with leading practitioners in music, dance and heritage learning.
Discover the wide range of exclusive benefits our Corporate Partners enjoy.
David Dimbleby explores the history and majesty of Britain’s coastline in a new BBC One series Britain and the Sea made in partnership with the National Maritime Museum (NMM).
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.
Royal Museums Greenwich comprises the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House. Together we’re dedicated to enriching people’s understanding of the sea, the exploration of space, and Britain's role in world history.
Support Royal Museums Greenwich's work in looking after the world’s largest maritime-heritage collections and preserving our historic venues Cutty Sark, the Queen's House and Royal Observatory.