A day out with the kids in Greenwich is not just tons of fun, it's a chance to hurtle through space and time itself.
Take a tour of the Universe with our astronomers at the Plantearium, touch a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite, stand astride the Prime Meridian where east and west meet.
Imagine life at sea onboard Cutty Sark and meet the characters that bring the ship's stories to life, become an explorer in the National Maritime Museum, get to know Nelson, try the Ship Simulator and go wild in the AHOY! children's gallery.
We promise you'll have so much fun you'll want to come back for more!
Join The Sailor’s Challenge aboard Cutty Sark this half-term.
Think of the planetarium as a tour bus of the Universe taking you on amazing journeys to explore the night sky.
On board Cutty Sark you will find games and interactive displays to help you explore the ship’s fascinating history and learn what life was like on board.
Discover the Great Map at the centre of the National Maritime Museum, a giant atlas from which you can explore the world and our collections, join in with events and play interactive games - no matter what age you are. And it's all free!
Would you like to touch something that is as old as the Earth and the Sun itself? Come to the Astronomy Centre at the Royal Observatory.
AHOY! our brilliant children’s gallery for 0-7s is free and open daily, so weigh anchor and come on over to the National Maritime Museum for a boatload of fun and adventure!
Stand on the historic Prime Meridian of the World at Royal Observatory Greenwich, the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Come aboard Cutty Sark and discover how her crew lived, where they ate, slept - and even where they went to the loo.
Take a closer look at Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare MBE.
The All Hands children's gallery for 6-12s at National Maritime Museum is free and open daily.
Greenwich Park is said to be the most historic of all London’s Royal Parks, the National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory and the Queen's House are situated in its grounds.