Browse all the latest press releases from the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Cutty Sark and Queen's House below.
Watch cult sci-fi films at London's only planetarium: this month’s screening is the 1984 film, 2010: The Year We Make Contact; and discover more about the mysterious planet Venus in our Out of this World weekend activities.
Visit Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution before it closes on 28 March; celebrate Women’s History Month; and create your own carnival backdrop as part of the Easter holiday events.
Join in the Easter egg hunt for the chance of winning a family ticket to Camp Bestival, and learn about ships powered by the wind and make your own model.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich, in association with Insight Investment and BBC Sky at Night Magazine, announces the dates for the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 competition – its annual global search for the most beautiful and spectacular visions of the cosmos, whether they are striking pictures of vast galaxies millions of light years away, or dramatic images of the night sky much closer to home.
Celebrate LGBT Month; join in festivities for the Year of the Monkey; or read the letters of lovers separated by the sea for our Valentine’s Day ‘Love in the Archives’ event.
Highlights include this month’s cult film, V for Vendetta (2005), and our special Valentine's after-dark experience, complete with glass of bubbly.
Celebrate Chinese New Year on board by making animal masks and trying traditional tea; and join in a family fun day for deaf and hearing audiences.
This year, to mark its 146th birthday, Cutty Sark will be inviting opera-lovers underneath the ship’s magnificent copper hull for a special rendition of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro by Olivier Award-winning opera company, OperaUpClose.
Watch cult films The Thing (1982) at London's only planetarium in our Silver Screen Sci-Fi season in December, and Renaissance (2006) in January.
Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) has recently acquired a collection of 17 drawings by extraordinary WWII artist and Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) nurse, Rosemary Rutherford (1912-1972), from Sim Fine Art.