Browse over 100 amazing attractions at Royal Museums Greenwich, including Nelson's Trafalgar coat, John Harrison's famous timepieces and Turner's largest painting.
‘Drawing on Space’ forms part of Michelle Stuart’s recent body of work, in which she arranges astronomy-themed photographs in a grid, lending a narrative character to her poetic pieces.
Don't overlook this exquisite telescope dated to 1730 from Naples in Italy.
Ever wondered what's the source of the famous pip-pip-pips sound heard on BBC radio marking the hour.
Escape to the peaceful and beautiful Baltic Exchange Memorial Glass gallery at the National Maritime Museum, which commemorates World War I dead.
While you are in London you might choose to take in the newly accessible views from The Shard or the London Eye but if you are looking for the very best natural view of the city there is - come to Greenwich.
Stand under the gleaming copper hull, meet the crew and take the wheel on one of the most famous ships ever built.
Greenwich Park is said to be the most historic of all London’s Royal Parks, the National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory and the Queen's House are situated in its grounds.
If you have ever wondered how stars and planets are born, what astronomers do during the daytime or even about our place in the universe, the interactive Weller Astronomy Galleries at the Royal Observatory will help you unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.
Visit the free Nelson, Navy, Nation gallery at the National Maritime Museum to explore the life and times of great British hero Horatio Nelson and the history of the Royal Navy and British people from 1688–1815.