Royal Museums Greenwich
In 2012, the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, the Royal Observatory (incorporating the Peter Harrison Planetarium) and the Cutty Sark joined together under a new name: Royal Museums Greenwich.
Located in the beautiful World Heritage Site of Greenwich, these four top attractions welcome thousands of visitors each year.
Take a day to enjoy all that Royal Museums Greenwich have to offer: you can stand in two hemispheres astride the Prime Meridian, touch a 4.5 billion-year-old meteorite, see Harrison's timekeepers and Nelson's uniform, before travelling to the stars in London's only planetarium.
With so many treasures on display, and a changing series of special exhibitions, there's always something new to amaze and entertain you at Royal Museums Greenwich.
Browse the listings below to find out more about each of the attractions, and their current programme of events.
Historic Site / House
Greenwich Park, Greenwich, SE10 9NF [map]
The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, SE10 9NF [map]
Explore Space at the Planetarium at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. You can can enjoy an armchair tour of space with a Royal Observatory astronomer.