Rainy days don't have to put a dampener on fun - at Royal Museums Greenwich we have lots of fun activities indoors!
Sit back and relax as you journey into space in the Peter Harrison Planetarium. From Ted’s Space Adventure for under-7s to The Sky Tonight (presented live by an astronomer) for the slightly older ones, there’s something for everyone.
See our planetarium shows
Explore the world on our giant floor map. Discover famous ships, including the RSS Sir David Attenborough, and discover tales of female pirates through our interactive tablets.
For parents, the Great Map café is perfectly located to keep an eye on the little ones as you enjoy coffee and cake.
Visit the National Maritime Museum
Rainy days were definitely difficult for sailors on board Cutty Sark! See where the crew slept, learn about the cargo the ship carried and discover the stories of the fastest tea clipper of its time. You can even touch the hull of the ship, and explore the figurehead collection.
Explore the National Maritime Museum galleries with our family trails. There’s something for all abilities, as well as Sensory Explorer kits. Discover the intriguing objects, exciting stories and pioneering people of the Museum, and discover something new.