Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Reflect on the complex legacy of European exploration and how this has shaped the Pacific as we know it today.
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A rather grizzly medical saw, was it the one used to amputate Nelson's right arm?
Sea Things gallery
Encounter personal stories of maritime, world and social histories through surprising objects and interactive exhibits.
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Who shot the Agamemnon?
How's this for a leaving present? This Silver tea kettle was presented by the Merchants of Kingston, Jamaica, to Vice-Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth (1748-1817).
Captain William Pierrepont knew how to drink in style. He created this tankard after capturing two Spanish frigates loaded with bullion from Mexico.
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A relic of Sir John Franklin's tragic expedition 1845-48.
Take a closer look at Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle by Yinka Shonibare MBE.
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On that bloody but victorious day Nelson stood and fell in these very clothes.
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Become the captain of a ship and try your hand at manoeuvring into port using the state-of-the-art bridge simulator – but remember to bring your sea legs as it can get choppy!