Browse all the latest press releases from the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen's House below.
Create your own puppet inspired by Cutty Sark’s animals, and learn about the history of animals on board with our storyteller.
Jutland 1916: WWI’s Greatest Sea Battle opens 20 May 2016 at the National Maritime Museum to mark the centenary of the largest naval battle of the conflict – the Battle of Jutland.
Watch cult films at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season: this month’s screening is Danny Boyle’s 2007 film, Sunshine. Discover more about the Transit of Mercury taking place in May at the illuminating talk Of Rare Marvels.
Take part in Easter holiday events and create your own pretend fishy food and carnival backdrop.
Enjoy our superb line up of shows for the spring season at the Cutty Sark Studio Theatre; create your own Cutty Sark-inspired comic strip; or learn about the collection of figureheads under the ship and make your own head-dress.
Ever imagined what would happen to your body on a mission to Mars, how those metal tins we call aeroplanes manage to stay in the air, and what the future holds for space travel? Above and Beyond, a ground-breaking new exhibition about the wonders of flight and mankind’s remarkable journey to space, seeks to answer these questions in the most interactive exhibition on aerospace ever to tour.
In February 2016 Turner Prize winner Richard Wright will start work on his most ambitious and complex artwork in the Queen’s House, Greenwich.
Following the hugely successful 2015 season, the Michael Edwards Studio Theatre will once again welcome renowned performers and personalities to this unique and intimate space.
Come one, come all, and join Royal Museums Greenwich for a series of exciting events and lectures, as it celebrates LGBT History Month for the first time.
Watch cult sci-fi films at London's only planetarium: this month’s screening is the 1984 film, 2010: The Year We Make Contact; and discover more about the mysterious planet Venus in our Out of this World weekend activities.