The world's sole surviving tea clipper
- Guaranteed entry time
- Explore the ship
- Stand beneath the hull
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Greenwich is one of the most historically rich areas of London.
✔ Only visit if you are feeling well and do not have a temperature
✔ Buy your tickets online and pre-book a timeslot
✔ Show your ticket via your phone or printed copy on arrival
✔ Follow the clear one-way systems and safety guidelines on-site
✔ Some interactives will not be available at this time
✔ Use the cleaning stations provided
✔ Be mindful of other visitors
✔ Talk to our staff if you have any questions
✔ Keep your distance to enjoy a safe visit
Royal Observatory: The home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the world-famous Meridian Line
Cutty Sark: Climb aboard the world's oldest surviving tea clipper and experience what life was like on board
National Maritime Museum: Free entry to the world’s largest maritime collection
Queen's House: Free entry to a former royal residence and architectural masterpiece packed with world-class art
Whether you're visiting London for a week or a weekend, you won't regret a trip to Greenwich. Here are just of some of the amazing things to do in Greenwich.
Please note: due to current coronavirus safety advice some displays and attractions may not be available. For more details about planning a safe visit click here.
Greenwich is full of all sorts of places to eat, including traditional and modern British pubs, restaurants, cafés and bars. Here are some of our favourites:
Please note: depending on when you visit and current government safety guidelines, not all of these cafes and restaurants will be open. Please check with the individual premises to confirm
Shop for gifts and souvenirs in the shops and boutiques that line the streets of Greenwich. Browse the antiques and curiosities in Greenwich Market and find vintage records, clothes and homewares in the Vintage Market.
All you need to know about visiting Royal Museums Greenwich