Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
This clock was used as The Sidereal Standard at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich for over 50 years until it was superseded in 1922.
This fanciful print sets the stage for sociable star gazing. Well-dressed gentlemen and ladies converse in a fashionable garden, complete with classical ruins. They use a number of astronomical instruments – an armillary sphere, telescope and globe.
In 1967, the world changed and time became a matter of atoms rather than stars.
Whether you are after the last word in tea-related sophistication or something to amuse your little cabin boy or girl, don't sail on by the shop!
See the bar shot fired from the Spanish ship the Santisima Trinidada into HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar killing eight of her crew.
Spy these binoculars rescued from HMS Invincible.
These binoculars should have been lost when the HMS Invincible was sunk at the Battle of Jutland.
If you fancy a short walk and a chance to take in one of London’s finest views, then Blackheath Station to Greenwich Park could be just the ticket.
Since 1851 the America’s Cup has been the greatest prize in competitive sailing. Britain’s Challenge for the America’s Cup is a free exhibition about Land Rover BAR’s attempt to win the 35th America’s Cup in May 2017.