Important information about filming & photography

This page contains links to the information you’ll need to apply for filming at Royal Museums Greenwich. Included are details of how to get in touch, details on pricing, and the key regulations you’ll need to follow when operating at our sites. 

To start your application, please get in touch by email or phone with as many details as possible. 

Contact details

To make an enquiry, please email or ring the events team on 020 8312 8517

Main Contact:

Sophie Linin

020 8312 6579


All fees are based on the individual requirements of each project.

Once our Filming Team have reviewed your application, they will be in touch with an initial quote, which may vary until we have received full details and have conducted a site visit.

The fee quoted will be based on onsite/offsite timings. The fee must be paid in advance of the first day of filming/ photography.


Below are the key requirements/conditions for filming or photographing at Royal Museums Greenwich.

These may vary on a case-by-case basis, depending on your particular brief and once full details of the project have been received. 

Key requirements/conditions

Before filming can proceed we will need to have received the following:

  1. Completed Filming and Photography Application Form with comprehensive details of the operational procedures
  2. Signed Contract
  3. Proof of Public Liability Insurance to a value of £10,000,000, valid for the entire time you shall be working onsite
  4. A Risk Assessment and Method Statement, completed and signed
  5. Payment in full
  6. Names of all crew/personnel attending the shoot
  7. Full details of any equipment and vehicles you shall be bringing onsite, and of any power requirements
  8. Registration details for any vehicles coming onsite.

Please note that every effort will be made to accommodate filming at Royal Museums Greenwich. However as our main priorities are to remain open to the public 7 days a week, 10am-5pm (10am-6pm during certain holiday periods), and to preserve and display the collections within our care, we reserve the right to decline filming projects at our absolute discretion. Closure requests during public opening hours are subject to directorate approval.

You are also required to visit the proposed site in advance of any filming/photography, and to meet with one of our Filming Officers.

Site health, safety, fire and security

Non-commercial filming

If you are looking to conduct filming where a venue hire fee may not apply, please contact the following, stating that you are interested in non-commercial filming.

Press: 020 8312 6790

Please note that the Museum reserves the right to be selective as to the filming and photography projects it accepts, and shall levy a fee where it deems necessary.