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 is a portable Gregorian (reflecting) telescope.
This ring was worn by Nelson's nephew Thomas Bolton, 2nd Earl Nelson.
Wander a little into the park beyond the Observatory and you will come across the signs of Roman remains.
A rather grizzly medical saw, was it the one used to amputate Nelson's right arm?
These were used to guard Nicobari homes against illness, bad luck and other evil spirits.
Think of the planetarium as a tour bus of the Universe taking you on amazing journeys to explore the night sky.
See some of London's most iconic architecture at the Queen's House by Inigo Jones and the Royal Observatory Greenwich by Christopher Wren, plus stunning modern architecture at London's only planetarium.
The beautiful Octagon Room at Flamsteed House was created by Wren as part of his original Royal Observatory design, commissioned by Charles II. It was designed so that the Astronomer Royal could observe celestial events in the night sky.
Stand beneath the magnificent onion dome and marvel at one of the biggest telescopes in the world. Join one of our special Evenings with the Stars and look through the telescope yourself.
The bright red Time Ball on top of Flamsteed House is one of the world's earliest public time signals, distributing time to ships on the Thames and many Londoners. Please note: unfortunately the the Time Ball is currently not in operation, awaiting repairs due to damage from recent weather conditions.