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  • National Maritime Museum and Punchdrunk Enrichment present a groundbreaking family adventure for 6-12 year olds: 28 March–31 August 2015.
    28 March–31 August 2015
  • Dark Universe is a spectacular planetarium show at Royal Observatory Greenwich. Marvel at the wonders of space with shows daily. Book your tickets now.
    Shows daily
  • Put on your life-jacket and sensible shoes, and get ready to venture into the unknown. You’ll be part of the action, as the crew of HMS Adventure, in immersive theatre company Punchdrunk’s must-see show. Age: 17+. No children.
    Thursdays, 2 April–27 August
  • Unseen: the Lives of Looking, by Dryden Goodwin
    Acclaimed contemporary artist Dryden Goodwin’s first feature-length film considers the act of looking. 5 March–26 July, the Queen's House, free entry.
    5 March–26 July 2015
  • A guided tour of 'Unseen: The Lives of Looking, by Dryden Goodwin', shedding light on the new work of Dryden Goodwin and works from the Museum collection.
    25 March, 22 April, 20 May, 3 June 2015 (Weds)
  • This interdisciplinary day, inspired by Dryden Goodwin’s feature-length essay film will explore the nature and implications of looking surgically, legally, astronomically and culturally.
    30 May
  • Jet in Carina (event)
    Join our astronomers for a morning of fun family activities, including a planetarium show and three short workshops, and a chance to stand on the famous Meridian Line.
    30-31 March, 6-7 April, 25-26 May 2015
  • Workshop: small girl and father
    What would you need to live on a lighthouse at this festive time of year? Accessible for children or adult carers who are blind or partially sighted.
    22, 23, 27-30 December 2014, 2 January 2015
  • Silent Disco
    Time Out's legendary silent disco is returning to Greenwich after a sold-out event in January.
    Friday 24 April
  • Kongouro [kangaroo] by George Stubbs
    An exhibition of exceptional paintings, prints and drawings by specially commissioned artists on Captain Cook’s 18th-century voyages of discovery. These works influenced forever how the European public saw the Pacific.
    Open until 26 July 2015*

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