Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Come on a guided tour and discover the art, architecture and royal history which make the Queen's House an unmissable royal attraction
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.
The Queen’s House in Greenwich is one of the most interesting buildings in the country. It is important architecturally as the first Classical building in the UK, and it is famous for its former occupants and art collection.
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.
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.