Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most historic areas of London.

It's also one of the greenest, with Greenwich Park and the River Thames providing fresh air and breathtaking city views.

There's so much to see and do, including historic ship Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the vintage shops and street food of Greenwich Market, amazing exhibitions and planetarium shows, plus the free National Maritime Museum and Queen's House.

To make the most of your day out and save 25% on tickets, book a Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass and get access to both Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory.

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Make the most of your trip with our picks of the best things to see and do in Greenwich

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Plan your visit

Getting here

Greenwich is a quick, easy journey from central London, with multiple public transport options, walking and cycling routes and car parks.

Public transport and parking in Greenwich

Travel to Greenwich by boat

Booking a visit

We recommend booking museum and attractions tickets online in advance wherever possible. This guarantees entry at a time that suits you, and you'll also receive helpful information about your visit in advance via email.

To make the most of your day out and save 25% on the cost of tickets, book a Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass and get access to both Cutty Sark AND the Royal Observatory.

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Food and drink

Take a pit stop while you're in Greenwich at one of our cafés. We have something for everyone, whether you’re looking for healthy snack, delicious breakfast or lunch.

See all our cafés

Top eating and drinking in Greenwich

Facilities and access

Find useful information about facilities at our museums including cloakrooms, baby change and accessibility, and information for disabled visitors coming to any of our sites.

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Tickets and Opening

Advance booking recommended

Open daily


  • Greenwich Station
  • Cutty Sark DLR
  • Maze Hill Station
  • Greenwich Pier

Getting to Greenwich is easy

Take the train from London Bridge and be in Greenwich in just 8 minutes. Alternatively, why not hop on an Uber Boat by Thames Clippers and arrive in style by river?

Choose your tickets

Make the most of your day out and save 25% with a Day Pass, which gives you access to both Cutty Sark AND the Royal Observatory.

Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass

  • Save 25% with combo ticket
  • Cutty Sark
  • Royal Observatory
  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Planetarium shows not included

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 £20
Child £10

Royal Observatory

  • Visit the Prime Meridian line
  • See the best view in London
  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Audio guide included
  • Planetarium shows not included

National Maritime Museum

  • Guaranteed entry time
  • Access to all free galleries and activities
  • Special exhibitions free in 2024
Free entry
Book online

Queen's House

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

Special exhibition

Astronomy Photographer of the Year

  • The world's greatest space photography
  • Over 100 images on display
  • Entry to National Maritime Museum included

Currently free

No need to book


Cutty Sark Rig Climb

  • Unique climbing experience
  • Zip line descent
  • Entry to ship included
  • Restrictions apply - check T&Cs before purchase
Adult £55
Child (10-17) £45
Student (18+) & Under 25 £49

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

Member tickets

  • Unlimited free entry
  • Priority booking and exclusive events
  • Access using your membership card
Membership card number required