Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Stand beneath the magnificent onion dome and marvel at one of the biggest telescopes in the world. Join one of our special Evenings with the Stars and look through the telescope yourself.
The bright red Time Ball on top of Flamsteed House is one of the world's earliest public time signals, distributing time to ships on the Thames and many Londoners. Please note: unfortunately the the Time Ball is currently not in operation, awaiting repairs due to damage from recent weather conditions.
Heroic, saucy and sometimes downright baffling – Cutty Sark's collection of Merchant Navy ships' figureheads is the largest collection in the world and not to be missed.
See this slave clock connected to the Shepherd master clock yourself to the left of the gate at the Royal Observatory.
Make time to find the master clock at the heart of Britain's time system (and much of the world's) for many a year.
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.
Look into the eyes of the man who paved the way for the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
A relic of Sir John Franklin's tragic expedition 1845-48.