Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome across all sites. Please contact the Bookings team for more information.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8312 6608
It is possible to touch objects from all Royal Greenwich Museum sites, except the Queen’s House. While at the Royal Observatory, don’t miss the chance to touch a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite in the reception area of the Astronomy Centre, and the 32-inch astronomical quadrant in the Octagon Room of Flamsteed House.
Tactile exhibits at Cutty Sark have braille and embossed labels, and braille and large print guides are available from the admissions desk.
Large print guides
Large print guides are available for visiting Cutty Sark and temporary exhibitions at the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory.
Download the Cutty Sark large print guide
A braille guide to Cutty Sark is available to download prior to visits.
Audio guides are available for special exhibitions at the National Maritime Museum.
Audio guides for the historical part of the Royal Observatory are available free for ticket holders. In addition, most of the interactive exhibits in the Astronomy Centre and Altazimuth Pavilion have audio interpretation.
There are currently no audio guides available for Cutty Sark, but there are a number of audio exhibits on board the ship.
For more information please contact us.
We have regular access events across our sites throughout the year. For more information click here.