Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
Come aboard Cutty Sark and discover how her crew lived, where they ate, slept - and even where they went to the loo.
This telescope at the Royal Observatory Greenwich became a crucial reference point for astronomers, navigators and cartographers alike.
What is an opium pipe doing at the National Maritime Museum and what does it tell us about our attitude to trade?
James Clark Ross was one of the great polar explorers, a star of his day who used the Pole Star to discover the North Pole.
Get more from National Maritime Museum Collections with the Compass Lounge.
The Queen's House is home to a rich collection of contemporary artwork on free display. These artists have responded to contemporary concerns of nationhood, migration, tradition, and life at sea in their own unique and diverse ways.
On board Cutty Sark you will find games and interactive displays to help you explore the ship’s fascinating history and learn what life was like on board.
Cutty Sark sailed with two bells - a larger bell, on the monkey foc's'le (the raised deck at the bow) and a smaller bell on the poop deck at the rear.
Do you have what it takes to steer 963 tons of Victorian tea clipper on the high seas?