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The Museum's beautiful setting in the Greenwich World Heritage Site, its array of historical and hi-tech architecture, its stunning views over London and the Thames and its position on 0º longitude offer an unrivalled set of visitor attractions – many of which can also be hired as event venues or for location filming.
Greenwich's unique perspective on London showcases everything from classical architecture to some of the city's most adventurous new buildings.
The spectacular Peter Harrison Planetarium is housed in a tilted bronze cone and features Europe's first digital planetarium projector.
Have your photo taken standing on the Prime Meridian of the world, with a foot in the eastern and western hemispheres.
The 28-inch Greenwich refracting telescope is the largest of its kind in the UK and the seventh largest in the world.
Placed at the heart of the National Maritime Museum, Neptune Court is a great starting point for visitors to explore the Museum.
View one of the remaining features of the splendour of the Queen’s House, from the time of Queen Henrietta Maria.
The Time Ball on Flamsteed House is one of the world's earliest public time signals, first used in 1833 and still operating today.