COVID-19 measures have been reduced in line with current government guidance.

However, we still want to make sure that all visitors, staff and volunteers feel safe and comfortable when exploring our sites.

If you need more information, check our frequently asked questions or email

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Visitor advice

Book tickets online in advance where possible to guarantee entry. Timed tickets ensure that visits are spread out throughout the day and capacities are managed effectively. Tickets will be available if you turn up on the day subject to availability.

Members can enjoy free and fast-track access to all our sites, although we strongly recommend booking ahead for limited capacity events such as Planetarium shows.

Be respectful of other groups and allow them space to explore the sites and galleries.

Pay by card at our shops and cafés. Protective screens will remain at our tills and contactless payments are encouraged.

Hand sanitiser stations are available throughout our museums. All toilets and facilities are open.

Please do not visit if you are displaying coronavirus symptoms. Email to rearrange your visit.

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What's changed?

We're happy to announce that we are currently able to offer our full range of visitor attractions:

Interactive displays and touch screens have been activated, with hand sanitiser located nearby.

All museum galleries are currently open, including family-friendly spaces such as the AHOY! Children's Gallery.

Capacities for timed events such as planetarium shows, tours and performances have been increased, and we are offering a full range of on-site events and activities. See what's on

Face coverings are no longer mandatory, but please feel free to wear one if you wish.

How to book tickets

  • When you choose your ticket you will be taken to our online booking system.
  • First pick your date and entry time using the calendar button.
  • Then select the number of tickets you require and click 'add to basket'.
  • Your ticket will be emailed to you once you have completed the booking process.
  • Remember to bring this with you on the day of your visit - you can either show it on your phone or print out a copy.

If you want to visit both the Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory, you can buy a Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass and save up to 25% on the cost of your tickets.

Visit Greenwich

Green space, historic attractions and beautiful riverside views - discover the best that Greenwich has to offer

Choose your tickets

Please book tickets online in advance wherever possible. There is no limit to the time you can spend with us once you’re here. See all tickets and prices.

A couple takes a selfie at the top of Greenwich Park, with the River Thames and Canary Wharf in the background

Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass

  • Save 25% with combo ticket
  • Cutty Sark
  • Royal Observatory
  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Planetarium shows not included
Adult from £27
Child from £13.50
Captain Woodget and kids with ropes

Cutty Sark

  • Explore the main deck
  • Walk beneath the ship
  • See how the crew lived
  • Family activities and interactives
  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Audio guide included
Adult from £18
Child from £9
A couple walks along the Prime Meridian Line in front of the historic Royal Observatory Greenwich building

Royal Observatory

  • Walk the Prime Meridian line
  • See the best view in London
  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Audio guide included
  • Planetarium shows not included
Adult from £18
Child from £9

National Maritime Museum

  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Access to all free galleries and activities
  • Paid exhibitions not included
Free entry
Book online
A woman stands looking up at the spiral staircase in the Queen's House known as the Tulip Stairs

Queen's House

  • Historic house
  • Internationally renowned art
  • Stunning architecture
  • Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I
  • Free tours and audio guides
Free entry
Book online
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Special exhibition

Astronomy Photographer of the Year

  • The world's greatest space photography
  • Over 100 images on display
  • Entry to National Maritime Museum included
Adult £10
Child £5

Member tickets

  • Free and fast-track Museums entry
  • Priority booking
  • Access using your membership card
Membership card number required
A father and son look through a porthole on the main deck of historic ship Cutty Sark

Become a Member

  • Unlimited entry all year
  • Royal Observatory
  • Cutty Sark
  • Planetarium Shows
  • Special exhibitions
Direct Debit One-off
Individual: £50 Individual: £60
Family: from £60 Family: from £70