Why leave a gift in your will?

Leaving a bequest ensures that your support of those organisations important to you continues long into the future. A bequest from you to support Royal Museums Greenwich, no matter how large or small, will be warmly welcomed and gratefully remembered. 

Write an online will for free

Through our partnership with Beyond we are helping people protect their assets and loved ones with a free online will in as little as 20 minutes. There's no obligation to leave a gift to Royal Museums Greenwich, but we hope you might think about passing on your memories to the next generation by supporting our important work in this unique and special way.

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Why support Royal Museums Greenwich?

Royal Museums Greenwich is home to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House; all located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Our unrivalled collections represent human endeavour across art, history and science and explore a view of our place in time and space that only Greenwich can offer.

Tailoring your gift

A gift can reflect your particular interests and passions and can be directed to specific areas of the museums’ work. These include:

  • Vital care for our collections 
  • Learning and community programmes
  • Historical research
  • Space and astronomy research and activities
Collections care
Support our vital collections care.
Learning and communities
Support our engaging community programmes.
Space and astronomy
Support our exciting astronomy research and activities at the Royal Observatory.
Research and history
Support our important historical research.

How others have helped

I believe that preserving our heritage and protecting museums for future generations is a very worthy cause.

Terry Moody, Supporter of Royal Museums Greenwich

Understanding Legacies

Get in touch with us

To find out more about how you can support Royal Museums Greenwich by leaving a legacy, please get in touch with Sarah Beaumont: