The National Maritime Museum, Queen's House, Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory are all a quick, easy journey from central London, and then within easy walking distance of each other.
All our museums are also close to Greenwich's historic town centre, as well as to other key attractions such as the Old Royal Naval College and beautiful Greenwich Park.
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is a short journey away in nearby Kidbrooke.
Find maps to all our sites below, as well as public transport information, parking and additional Covid-19 travel advice.
Between 13 and 21 September there will be no pedestrian access in front of the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House due to the Greenwich Comedy Festival. All our sites will be open as normal
How to get to Greenwich
Trains and Underground services to Greenwich
The nearest rail stations are Greenwich and Maze Hill. Direct trains run to these stations from London Cannon Street and London Bridge.
If you are using the London Underground, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will take you straight to Cutty Sark station. The DLR connects with other Underground lines at Bank, Tower Gateway and Stratford stations.
Bus services to Greenwich
The following buses stop near the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House: 129, 177, 180, 188, 286, 386 and N1.
The following buses stop near Cutty Sark: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199 and 386.
The following buses stop near the Royal Observatory Greenwich and Peter Harrison Planetarium: 53, 54, 202 and 380.
Cutty Sark DLR station has step-free access. Greenwich and Maze Hill rail station platforms have step-free access via ramp, lifts or underpass. The ticket offices and car parks at these stations are also step free.
Check the TFL website for accessibility information about buses to and from Greenwich, plus information on special services such as Dial-a-Ride and Taxicard.
If you have specific questions around access to Royal Museums Greenwich, please email the bookings team.
Why not get into the maritime spirit and take a boat trip down the River Thames to Greenwich Pier?
The pier is situated right next to Cutty Sark and is a five-minute walk from the National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House and a short walk up the hill to the Royal Observatory.
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers
The fastest and most frequent river transport services, Uber Boat by Thames Clippers depart from all major London piers every 20 minutes. Your journey time is 45 minutes from London Eye Pier, 25 minutes from London Bridge Pier or 20 minutes from Tower Pier.
City Cruises offer sightseeing cruises which enable you to explore the many sights of the River Thames. They depart to and from Greenwich every 40 minutes, every day of the week, all year round from piers near popular attractions including Westminster, London Eye and Tower of London.
Thames River Sightseeing operate sightseeing trips from Westminster, St Katharine's and Greenwich all year round. Enjoy live audio commentary and beautiful views of London while travelling to Greenwich.
Greenwich Pier has installed Europe's first Ramp Rider, greatly improving access for wheelchair users getting on and off boats at low tide.
If you have specific questions around disabled access to Royal Museums Greenwich, please email the bookings team.
Greenwich is ideally located on the National Cycle Network. It can be reached by traffic-free routes that run through parks and alongside the rivers Thames, Lea and Ravensbourne.
Cycle racks are provided in the National Maritime Museum car park in Park Row, and there are cycle paths in Greenwich Park for access to the Royal Observatory.
There is a secure public car park at the National Maritime Museum which can be used by visitors to any of our museums. The car park is located on Park Row (post code SE10 9NG).
- Opening hours: open every day from 10am-5pm
- Charge: £10 for the day
- Spaces: limited to 10 bays on weekdays. Approximately 75 spaces available at weekends. Vehicles must fit within the marked bays.
There are also a number of car parks in Greenwich close to all our sites: find a list of Council car parks and locations here.
Transport for London is publishing regular updates regarding public transport during coronavirus here.
River boat service Thames Clippers operates a regular passenger service between central London and Greenwich, stopping right outside Cutty Sark. Check their latest timetable.
The Thames Path is a long distance walking route that follows the course of the river through London. At Greenwich the path runs along the north bank, but the Greenwich Foot Tunnel allows visitors to reach the south bank, emerging right outside Cutty Sark.
Boroughs across London have established new cycling and walking routes as part of the Streetspace for London plan. The existing Quietway 1 cycle route meanwhile runs all the way from the centre of London to Greenwich Park.
Car parking in and around Greenwich may be busier than usual. Visitors can book a space in the National Maritime Museum's car park online in advance.
Find maps and floor plans to help you explore our sites when you arrive.
National Maritime Museum
Romney Road, Greenwich SE10 9NF
Royal Observatory & Planetarium
Blackheath Avenue, Greenwich SE10 8XJ
Romney Road, Greenwich SE10 9NF
King William Walk, Greenwich SE10 9HT
The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre
Nelson Mandela Way, Kidbrooke, SE3 9QS
Getting to the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre
The Collections Centre is a quick, easy journey from central London by rail or via local bus services.
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.
When you leave the train at Kidbrooke, cross over to Platform 1 and exit via the ticket office. From exiting the station, walk over the pedestrian bridge which leads back across the railway tracks; follow the path through the underpass.
When you exit the underpass, The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre is the large grey and black clad building directly in front of you. To access the building follow the path to the left and press the buzzer on the first gate to the site that you will see on your right.
The following buses stop near the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre: 178, B16, 286, 132.
There is limited parking space in our car park but we will prioritise parking for visitors with disabilities
Limited pre-booked spaces are available for disabled visitors in the car park. Please pre-book, otherwise we cannot guarantee a place.
Tel: 020 8312 6608
Cycle racks are provided at The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre car park by the Pedestrian entrance .
The London Cycle Guides illustrate the local routes in London. Copies can be ordered online from the Transport for London website.
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