- What's on guide
- Gallery listing
- Nelson, Navy, Nation
- The Great Map
- Contemporary Arts at Royal Museums Greenwich
- Nelson's Ship in a Bottle
- Traders: the East India Company & Asia
- Voyagers: Britons and the sea
- Arctic Convoys
- Compass Lounge
- Astronomy Photographer of the Year
- The Atlantic: Slavery, Trade, Empire
- Future exhibitions
- Past exhibitions
- Planetarium shows
Voyagers: Britons and the Sea
Set in the heart of the new Sammy Ofer Wing, Voyagers tells the story of Britain and the sea, illustrating the contemporary significance of maritime histories and the personal stories of our island nation.
The gallery, designed by Real Studios, contains over 200 objects representing the extraordinary depth and range of the Museum’s collection. Voyagers also features a dynamic audio-visual installation created by The Light Surgeons, using bespoke software developed by Flightphase.
Hours: Open daily, 10.00–17.00 (last entry 16.30).
Location: National Maritime Museum, ground floor - see floor plans
Stretching the length of the Voyagers gallery is a 20-metre wave-like structure made up of 26 triangular facets and featuring a Puffersphere spherical projector at one end. Over 300 images and films from the Museum’s vast archives have been translated into a series of thematic visual journeys that unfold down the wave.