Visit the Queen’s House in Greenwich, London. Home to an internationally renowned art collection, Inigo Jones’ architectural masterpiece is the first Classical building in the UK. Free entry.
Plan your visit
The Queen's House is free to visit, but you must have a ticket to enter. We recommend booking online in advance to avoid disappointment.
The Parkside Café is a bright and airy space right next door to the Queen's House at the National Maritime Museum, with expansive views of Greenwich Royal Park. There is plenty of seating, both indoor and outdoor. Grab a hot or cold drink, and a selection of sandwiches and cakes - perfect for a picnic in the park.
Find useful information about facilities at our museums including cloakrooms, baby change and accessibility, and information for visitors with disabilities coming to any of our sites.
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.
Occasionally some room closures may affect your visit to the Queen's House.
For full details of affected dates, click here.
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Great art in Greenwich
See Canaletto's Venice Revisited at the National Maritime Museum
This major exhibition displays the complete set of 24 Venetian views painted by Canaletto in the 1730s. Visit the Queen's House, then stroll across to the National Maritime Museum to see Canaletto's Venice Revisited.
Choose your tickets
Entry to the Queen's House is free, but you must have a ticket to visit. Book online to guarantee entry. For full tickets and prices click here.
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