Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Will you detect something spooky when you visit the Queen's House?
The building of the Royal Observatory in 1675 made Greenwich into the astronomical centre of Britain.
Get a bird's-eye view of the Brunswick Dock and part of Perry, Wells & Green's Blackwall shipyard, looking down the Thames towards Woolwich.
See the dramatic Great Hall and Tulip Stairs in Inigo Jones's beautifully designed Queen's House in Greenwich.
Experience the drama of the high seas at the Queen's House, with our fantastic collection of naval paintings by the van de Veldes.
Study the vista across the Pearl River at Canton (Guangzhou) in southern China towards the European 'factories' or trading posts, which the European merchants were not allowed to leave.
Step back in time to the swinging sixties at three Eastend docks, the Royal Albert Dock, Royal Victoria Dock and the King George V Dock.
A theodolite is a surveying instrument with a telescope for measuring horizontal and vertical angles.
If you've ever wondered about time - from when we started wearing wristwatches to how it makes sense of the world - The Time and Society gallery at the Royal Observatory is for you.
Discover the fascinating story of how the growth of the Royal Navy drove timekeeping technology, and see our curatorial and conservation team at work.