See the world's greatest space photography
Journey into the future of our oceans! Visit the National Maritime Museum's new immersive audio adventure
See the world through a seafarer's lens - visit the free exhibition at the National Maritime Museum
See the Armada Portraits of Elizabeth I together for the very first time
Come face-to-face with the kings and queens who have shaped British history for over 500 years
Join the weekly club for adults and young people with SEND
Join our expedition to Mars and enjoy a thrilling immersive experience. Suitable for adults and families
Learn all about the hunt for dark matter and enjoy a thrilling immersive experience. Suitable for adults and families
What is space weather and how can it affect Earth? Find out in the Royal Observatory Summer Lecture
A live online planetarium show presented by an astronomer from the Royal Observatory Greenwich
Meet the captain, chat with the cook, and even take a tour with Nannie the Figurehead! You never know who you might run into on board Cutty Sark...
A special planetarium show for under-7s - perfect for little astronauts everywhere!
Come and explore the Museum's collection through hands on creative activities
Join the National Maritime Museum this June to celebrate the Windrush generation and the contributions they made to British society
Dr David Morgan-Owen offers a new perspective on the relationship between the people, the government and the Navy in Britain before 1914
Listen, learn and play at Cutty Sark!
The Covid-19 pandemic and the crew change crisis has highlighted and exacerbated the challenges faced by seafarers globally
Join our weekly virtual drawing classes featuring special guests, artists and musicians
How accurate are science fiction films? Separate fact from fiction with astronomers from the Royal Observatory Greenwich
Join the welcome back celebration at Cutty Sark!
Find out how you can get involved with the Youth Collective
A safe space for local LGBTQ+ families to meet one another, get involved in creative activities for all ages and explore the stories within the collection
Join expert speakers in a webinar exploring practical methods for facilitating play at home
Be part of our next project for young people aged 15-18