From galaxies formed billions of years ago to planets within our solar system, Hubble Vision explores how the Hubble Space Telescope has changed the way we imagine and unserstand the universe.
Since 1851 the America’s Cup has been the greatest prize in competitive sailing. Britain’s Challenge for the America’s Cup is a free exhibition about Land Rover BAR’s attempt to win the 35th America’s Cup in May 2017.
To mark the tenth year of the world's greatest space photography competition, a new photography gallery launches at the National Maritime Museum. The exhibition will showcase the best entries from the last 10 years of the competition, alongside the spectacular winners from 2018.
The 2018 winners will be announced on 23 October. Follow all of the announcments live as they happen on the night on our Twitter feed.
What would it have been like to live at the Royal Observatory? Step behind closed doors into the lives of two families that once lived there.
In today's guest blog we talk to the Fashion Museum Bath about preparing one particularly striking dress.
Hello, I’m Rosemary from the Fashion Museum Bath, and I’m at the National Maritime Museum for a couple of days helping to get ready for the Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution exhibition, which opens on 20 November 2015.
What does fashion have to do with all those pestilential plights, and what indeed to do with Pepys? Well, quite a lot really – the diarist was a wry observer of what went on in the 1660s, and what was worn (and by whom) did not escape his gaze.
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