Join us for our spectacular programme of evening entertainment, featuring cutting-edge musicians and comedy at Cutty Sark, sci-fi film screenings and stargazing at the Royal Observatory, and Lates at the National Maritime Museum.
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Find out more about evenings and Lates at Cutty Sark. From London's brightest comedians and theatrical Lates, to classical music, theatre and discos, there's something for everyone.
For post-16 groups we offer either a Discovery Day, Study Day or Space Spectacular Day programme.
For KS4 groups we offer either a Discovery Day, Study Day or Space Spectacular Day programme.
For KS3 groups we offer either a Discovery Day, Study Day or Space Spectacular Day programme.
A school visit to the Royal Observatory offers students an inspiring, curriculum-linked experience, with unparalleled opportunities to meet astronomers,...
Blogs, podcasts, video and more for teachers and students with the Royal Observatory's primary and secondary schools online resources.
Royal Museums Greenwich holds one of the most significant art collections in the country and it is crucial to telling the Museum’s stories. From works by Great Masters such as Gainsborough, Turner, Hogarth, Holbein and the van de Veldes to stunning contemporary pieces such as Yinka Shonibare's Ship in a Bottle.
Bringing school groups to the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House, will be a valuable experience and is easy to organise.
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.