Come behind the scenes at our state-of-the-art conservation studio
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is home to the Royal Museums Greenwich stored collections and state of the art conservation studios.
This new facility is full of inspiring objects which normally would be away from public view.
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre opens up these hidden treasures to the public, along with the skills and expertise of our conservation and storage teams.
See upcoming events and tours.
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is a quick, easy journey from central London by rail or via local bus services.
Address: The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre, Nelson Mandela Way, Kidbrooke, SE3 9QS
By train: You can reach us from central London via direct routes by Cannon Street London Bridge, Charing Cross and Victoria. Our nearest station is Kidbrooke which is only 5 minute walk away.
By bus: The following buses stop near the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre: 178, B16, 286, 132
By car: There is limited parking space in our car park but we will prioritise parking for visitors with disabilities. Please pre-book, otherwise we cannot guarantee a place. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting to Royal Museums Greenwich
Discover what goes on behind the scenes at Royal Museums Greenwich with our regular programme of tours. We offer both on-site and online events, allowing anyone to explore our collections and find out more about the work we do to keep them safe.
Events on site
Our specialist Primary and Secondary school workshops use objects for evidence-based learning and enquiry work in a rarely seen behind the scenes working Museum environment.
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is a true working environment, where art, science, technology and humanities collide and are applied.
Find out more
We want to ensure that all visitors, staff and volunteers feel safe and comfortable when exploring our sites.
Our COVID-19 safety measures include enhanced cleaning, safe distancing and ticketed entry.
Stay connected and receive all the latest news, stories and events from Royal Museums Greenwich