Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Sometimes fame and glory just aren't enough. This rifle is believed to have been presented to Nelson together with a scimitar and canteen by the Sultan of Turkey after the Battle of the Nile.
In 1919, months after the end of the First World War, Britain was officially still at war with the revolutionary regime in Russia.
Get up close to beautiful Flamsteed House at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and historic home to Britain's Astronomers Royal.
Set on the ground floor in the heart of the National Maritime Museum's Sammy Ofer Wing the Voyagers gallery tells the story of Britain and the sea.
Clock this special time-keeper designed to keep astronomers on time when star hunting.
This 19th century wine cooler was made from the timbers of a captured slaver.
Walk from Woolwich to Greenwich along London’s Jubilee Greenway, taking in the Thames Barrier, Millennium Dome and historic Greenwich.
This quirky and imaginative mural of five panels was originally made for the decoration of the Nelson Bar aboard HMS Campania.
Pay your respects to the legendary Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, who is celebrated in a statue at Royal Observatory Greenwich.