Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Easily transportable, hangings like this one would have been used as visual aids for popular scientific lectures, held at various locations.
Did you know if you looked through this you could see what the Universe is made of?
On that bloody but victorious day Nelson stood and fell in these very clothes.
Do you have what it takes to steer 963 tons of Victorian tea clipper on the high seas?
Become the captain of a ship and try your hand at manoeuvring into port using the state-of-the-art bridge simulator – but remember to bring your sea legs as it can get choppy!
By the 1800s tea had already become the nation's favourite drink, but there's a much darker side to the story.
This riverside trail starts at the source of the Thames, in the Cotswolds, into the heart of London, ending at the Thames Barrier, Greenwich.
Recently saved for the nation, the iconic Armada portrait of Elizabeth I commemorates the most famous conflict of her reign – the failed invasion of England by the Spanish Armada in summer 1588.
Smirke’s appealing painting shows the meeting of an archetypal astronomers’ club, meeting to look at and talk about the stars.
The Atlantic gallery: Slavery, Trade, Empire gallery at the National Maritime Museum explores themes of exploration, trade, war, enslavement and resistance.