Royal Museums Greenwich

Royal Museums Greenwich has been named one of the top ten UK visitor attractions, consisting of the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House art gallery and the iconic Cutty Sark ship, which you can climb aboard and then discover its museum space. As the location point of Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT - the mean solar time that sets our time zones, Maritime Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and all of the Royal Museums Greenwich sites sit within this easily-walkable area.

The Maritime Museum Greenwich is one of the top London museums for families, with tonnes of interactive activities, and the historic Cutty Sark has been rebuilt by RMG following its devastating fire to become a better venue than ever. All set around the delightful Royal Greenwich Park and sitting right along the River Thames, Royal Museums Greenwich offers some of the most educational attractions and most impressive architecture (that you’ll recognise from a number of global films) just southeast of Central London.

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