A series of free seminars convened by the Greenwich Maritime Centre and the National Maritime Museum
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Covering treason and rebellion, illegitimacy and exile, this lecture series examines the forgotten lives and lost causes of the Stuart dynasty.
Maritime History & Culture Seminars at The Institute of Historical Research, University of London, Senate House, London WE1E 7HU
Treat your valentine to a Prosecco afternoon tea in the elegant surroundings of the Queen’s House.
RMG Curators and Conservators talk about the highlights of the collection and their work in the Queen's House in these short weekly talks.
Join us for an audio described tour of our Emma Hamilton: Seduction and Celebrity exhibition.
We honour the contributions to WWI by the Royal and Merchant Navy with a series of specialised curator tours.
Lunchtime lecture with one of our Curators in conversation with Polar exploration historian, Russell Potter. The talk will be based around the remarkable history of silverware and china plates from the Franklin expedition, which often seem to have borne both officers' family crests and the more crudely-scratched initials of ordinary sailors.
Morning at the Queen’s House, Royal Museums Greenwich and the Old Royal Naval College, and afternoon at the Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square.
Unearth the shocking story of Franklin's final expedition in this lecture series.