See the world through a seafarer's lens - visit the free exhibition at the National Maritime Museum
See the world's greatest space photography at the National Maritime Museum
Tickets available now! Book online and get ready to skate this winter
See the Armada Portraits of Elizabeth I together for the very first time
Take part in a different adventure every week!
Join us for a free talk on celebrating Christmas at sea
A series of ten week courses on more advanced topics in astrophysics
Learn the basics of astronomy at the home of time and space
Investigate the physics of our universe at the home of space and time
A course for those who want to take up astronomy as a hobby
Listen, learn and play at Cutty Sark!
Enjoy musical performances in the Queen's House given by students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Join the weekly club for adults and young people with SEND
A classic guide to the night sky presented live by a Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomer. Suitable for adults and families
Hear about the National Maritime Museum's work with communities to create reminiscence resources for people living with dementia
Join the weekly creative drop-in for young people aged 13-16
Be inspired by the collection and create computer programmes, animation, art and electronic experiments in response.
Join our community of makers at The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre
Drop by and chat with our Observatory Explainers and navigation experts as they bring science and astronomy to life!
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 live, special planetarium show for under-7s - perfect for little astronauts everywhere!
Come behind the scenes and explore the stores at the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre
Tour the Solar System and beyond in this show, presented live by a Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomer. Suitable for adults and families
Join us after hours at the Royal Observatory Greenwich for our annual Christmas Lecture.