Check the latest information about the safe re-opening of Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House.
Visitors must pre-book their entry date and time online in order to ensure social distancing. Please check our re-opening page for more information.
Please note: opening dates and times are subject to change depending on government guidelines.
What's open at Royal Museums Greenwich?
|Cutty Sark||Closed from 5 November | Due to reopen in December||Book now | Become a member|
|Royal Observatory||Closed from 5 November | Due to reopen in December||Book now | Become a member|
|Queen's House||Closed from 5 November | Due to reopen in December||Book now | Become a member|
|National Maritime Museum||Closed from 5 November | Due to reopen in December||Book now | Become a member|
In order to ensure social distancing, some galleries and attractions will unfortunately remain closed for the time being. These are in addition to the nationwide England lockdown period, and include:
- Astronomy Shop, toilets and Astronomy Café & Terrace are open to Planetarium ticket holders only. The Astronomy Galleries remain closed.
- Children's galleries AHOY! and All Hands at the National Maritime Museum, as well as the ship simulator
- Smaller gallery spaces inside the National Maritime, including Turner's Battle of Trafalgar gallery, Jutland 1916: WW1's Greatest Sea Battle and Maritime London. The one-way guide will take you through all our major galleries, and staff will be on hand to help answer any questions.
- The Time for the Navy gallery at the Royal Observatory is closed. Flamsteed House is open, but visitors cannot access the bedroom and nursery of the apartments. The terrace and Camera Obscura are closed.
- The Time Ball is currently being repaired.
Please note: due to staff shortages, some galleries may close at short notice.
Find out more
Please check our re-opening page for more information about planning your visit.