About the National Maritime Museum

Discover the world's largest maritime museum, filled with inspirational stories of exploration and endeavour at sea. Find out more

Longitude Season – ends 4 Jan 2015

Last chance to see Ships, Clocks & Stars – follow the quest to solve the world’s biggest challenge and the battle for the huge rewards of up to £20,000...
Longitude Punk'd. Steampunks have taken over the Royal Observatory!
£8.50 combined ticket includes entry to both exhibitions. Book online now

About the Royal Observatory Greenwich

Discover the past, present and future wonders of astronomy at the centre of time – home of the Prime Meridian of the World and London's only planetarium. See more

Longitude Punk'd: last chance to see

Steampunk artists have taken over the Observatory! Don’t miss your chance to see madcap inventions from their quest to solve the longitude problem, blurring the boundaries between art and science. Ends 4 Jan 2015. Find out more

About the Queen's House

The 17th-century Queen's House is a beautiful royal villa and England's first truly classical building. Originally the home of Charles I's queen, it now showcases a world-class collection of paintings and also provides a unique and beautiful venue for weddings, corporate and private events.

About the Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark is the last surviving tea clipper and the fastest and greatest of her time, newly re-opened in all her glory. Venture aboard and beneath one of the world’s most famous ships, and marvel as you balance a 963-tonne national treasure on just one hand.

Visit the National Maritime Museum

Visit the Royal Observatory Greenwich

Visit the Queen's House

Visit Cutty Sark