Browse all the latest press releases from the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen's House below.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

Highlights this month include a superb line up of shows for the autumn season at the Cutty Sark Studio Theatre, and a family fun weekend where you can create your own tea chest.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

Highlights this month include our special series of events commemorating Trafalgar Day and Halloween activities for children and adults.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

Highlights this month include a cult film at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season; and space exploration and NASA’s New Horizons mission in our half-term activities.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

This Halloween, enjoy a spooky range of adult and family events at the National Maritime Museum and on board the historic clipper ship, Cutty Sark.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

Highlights this month include celebrating Christmas on board the ship by designing your own decoration, and creating your own fluffy sheep from wool similar to the cargo Cutty Sark would have carried.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

Highlights include the Samuel Pepys Book Slam special with author Will Self, comedian Felicity Ward, and many more; a walking tour to learn more about Pepys and the city in which he lived; and how the Stuarts celebrated Christmas.

Publish date: 23 October 2015

2016 sees a number of exciting new exhibitions and projects launched across Royal Museums Greenwich.

Publish date: 7 September 2015

Highlights this month include cult films at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season, and An Evening with the Stars after dark experience.

Publish date: 7 September 2015

Highlights this month include the opening of Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution on 20 November, and a variety of Pepys-themed events, including a night of indulgence at our Pepys Show Late.

Publish date: 7 September 2015

Highlights this month include new shows for the autumn season at the Cutty Sark Studio Theatre, and Diwali, the Festival of Lights, in which Indian rangoli patterns decorate the ship’s floor.

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