The Queen's House is open to visitors.
We've introduced a number of measures to help keep visitors and staff safe.
- Reduced capacity and one way routes
- Increased cleaning regime
- Sanitiser stations
- Card payments only
- Screens at all our cash desks
- Online bookings only
- Some interactives, touch screens and audioguides will be unavailable
The Queen's House is free to visit, but you must book your time slot in advance, even if you're a Member.
Pre-booked tickets ensure that visits are spread out throughout the day, and that sites don’t exceed their capacity. There is no limit to the time you can spend on our sites.
As well as our free galleries, we also host a number of free exhibitions throughout the year.
The nearest places to eat and drink are at the National Maritime Museum, just two minutes' walk from the Queen's House.
The Parkside Café is a bright and airy space 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.
The Great Map Café is located on the first floor of the National Maritime Museum. This open-plan café sits alongside the Great Map, our giant world atlas.
Find out 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.
Occasionally some room closures may affect your visit to the Queen's House.
For full details of affected dates, click here.
Top things to do
Choose your tickets
Become a Member
- Unlimited entry all year
- Royal Observatory
- Cutty Sark
- Planetarium Shows
- Special exhibitions
|Individual: £50||Individual: £60|
|Family: from £65||Family: from £75|