With the Prime Meridian Line running through its heart, the Royal Observatory Greenwich presents unrivalled opportunities to film at the birthplace of time as we know it.
- Built: 1676
- Style/period: Restoration
- Purpose: Observatory
- Architect: Sir Christopher Wren
Flamsteed House was the first purpose-built scientific research facility in Britain. Its courtyard offers breathtaking views of the Canary Wharf skyline. Other features include the Great Equatorial Telescope.
- Built: 1899
- Style/period: Victorian with modern interior
- Purpose: Astronomical research centre
- Architect: William Crisp
The Astronomy Centre combines cutting-edge architectural galleries internally with a carefully-preserved Victorian exterior.
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