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Royal Museums Greenwich Picture Library contains over 33,000 images and photographs depicting notable ships, empire, trade and exploration, navigation, astronomy and time. Images can be licensed for a range of media, including programme making, film production, book publishing, magazine and news production and digital products, such as online content, apps and ebooks. The Museum also holds four digitised films by Alan Villiers' detailing voyages in sailing ships from the 1920s to the 1940s.
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Discover what life was like on board Cutty Sark, the world’s only surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time - now an award-winning visitor attraction in Greenwich.
Explore the Queen's House, Inigo Jones' architectural masterpiece and the first Classical building in the UK.
Come to the National Maritime Museum on your day out in Greenwich and explore life on the sea. Encounter dramatic stories through our collections, from the Battle of Trafalgar and First World War sea battles to Turner’s sea-inspired artwork and feats of engineering and discovery.
Explore time and space at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and stand on the Meridian line at the home of the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Discover the site’s rich history, from its royal heritage to its awe-inspiring Peter Harrison Planetarium, all set within Greenwich’s beautiful park.
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