Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Don't overlook this exquisite telescope dated to 1730 from Naples in Italy.
Ever wondered what's the source of the famous pip-pip-pips sound heard on BBC radio marking the hour.
If you have ever wondered how stars and planets are born, what astronomers do during the daytime or even about our place in the universe, the interactive Weller Astronomy Galleries at the Royal Observatory will help you unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.
The Time and Greenwich gallery at the Royal Observatory explores why and when did we start measuring time, and how Greenwich became so connected to the science of timekeeping.
Time and Longitude tells the story of the quest to find longitude at sea in the age before satellite navigation, and showcases Harrison's celebrated sea clocks.
Observe the motions of the planets in the night sky without ever leaving your parlour.
The Greenwich Meridian Trail is a 273-mile walk across the length of England, via the historic Greenwich Meridian Line at the Royal Observatory.
Find the timekeeper that changed navigation forever and would lead to the solving of the problem of longitude.