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 July 2015, featuring the Stubbs Kangaroo until March 2015*
This February half-term there are lots of fun events and activities for kids at the National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Monday 16 February - Friday 20 February
The horrors of the Western Front have long dominated our understanding of those years, and yet the war at sea was fought on an epic scale and with terrible human loss.
2 August 2014–November 2018
Have fun with your family and friends by exploring the Museum through music, art and stories. Accessible for children or adult carers who are blind or partially sighted.
Tuesdays in term-time
This course has SOLD OUT.
6 January–10 February 2015
The course has SOLD OUT.
16 September 2014-19 May 2015 (Tues)
GCSE Astronomy offers a firm grounding in the study of the Sun-Earth-Moon system, the Solar System, the galaxy and the wider Universe.
16 September 2014-12 May 2015 (Tues, Sat)*
Showcasing the very best of Royal Museums Greenwich’s collection of First and Second World War art, this new display includes visually arresting and moving portraits, battle scenes, and depictions of everyday life during conflict.
Until August 2015*
To mark Women’s History Month, drop by the Compass Lounge to view the Caird Library and Archive’s collection of manuscripts and photographs detailing the birth and short life of the First World War Wrens.
2, 9 March (Mondays)
A baby-oriented tour of The Art & Science of Exploration, 1768-80, suitable for parents with babies under one year old.
4 February, 4 March 2015 (Weds)