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Visiting information

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Tel: +44 (0)20 8858 4422 | Contact and enquiries

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

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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

Transport

Get here | road | tube & rail | cycle | bus | river

The Museum sites are open daily between 10.00–17.00, last admission 16.30 (Cutty Sark 16.00).

Thursday late closing: The Sammy Ofer Wing and ground floor galleries of the National Maritime Museum stay open late till 20.00 on Thursdays, including the Shop and Museum Café.

Closures: All Museum sites are closed 24–26 December, close early on 31 Dec, and open at midday on 1 Jan. Occasional unavoidable closures to parts of the site are posted in latest visitor information.

Times and admissions | Planetarium show times

E-mail: bookings@rmg.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)20 8312 6608
The Bookings office is open 09.00-16.00

Planetarium shows and some other events can be booked online.

 

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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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Introduction to the Museum. Developed with VocalEyes.