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Plan your visit to the world's largest maritime museum, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the historic Queen's House and Cutty Sark, all set in the beautiful Greenwich World Heritage Site.

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Nat. Maritime Museum, Romney Rd, G'wich SE10 9NF
Royal Observatory, Blackheath Ave, SE10 8XJ
Cutty Sark, King William Walk, Greenwich SE10 9HT
Tel: +44 (0)20 8858 4422 | Contact and enquiries
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Opening times: open daily 10.00–17.00, last admission 16.30. The ground floor of the National Maritime Museum, including the Ships, Clocks & Stars exhibition, stays open late till 20.00 on Thursdays.
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Entrance charges apply to Cutty Sark and parts of the Royal Observatory - Buy tickets | Members go free

What's on today

A unique opportunity to find out about Museum...

Come on a fantastic tour of what you can see...

Meet Captain Woodget, Cutty Sark’s longest...

Meet a character from the past and take part in...

Join James Robson, Cutty Sark’s cook, to sing...

Soak up the spectacle of the winning images...

Meet time-travelling Astronomer Royal Nevil...

Major Exhibition: Ships, Clocks and Stars: The Quest for Longitude – open now

Book online now: £8.50 combined ticket includes entry to both Ships, Clocks & Stars and Longitude Punk'd exhibitions.

Discover the extraordinary story of the race to determine longitude (east-west position) at sea and explore the rivalries and ingenious inventions of some of the greatest minds of the 17th and 18th centuries including Galileo, Isaac Newton, Captain Cook and John Harrison.
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Royal Observatory current exhibition: Longitude Punk'd

Part of Longitude Season 2014-15

Explore this exclusive exhibition of eccentric inventions inspired by the 18th-century quest for longitude, specially created by steampunk luminaries including award-winning novelist Robert Rankin – exuberantly blurring the boundaries between art and science, fact and fiction.
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Eating and drinking

Food and drink

Whether you're looking for a light bite, a full meal or just coffee there are cafés at each of our venues.
 

Groups and schools

Food and drink

Find out about provision for group visits and guided tours, and our educational programme for UK schools groups. 

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We are committed to developing access for all visitors.