The National Maritime Museum comprises three sites: the Maritime Galleries, the Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House. Together these constitute one museum working to illustrate for everyone the importance of the sea, ships, time and the stars and their relationship with people.
The Museum has the most important holdings in the world on the history of Britain at sea, including maritime art (both British and 17th-century Dutch), cartography, manuscripts including official public records, ship models and plans, scientific and navigational instruments, time-keeping and astronomy (based at the Observatory), and much much more.
The Robot suggests:
- Visiting the ‘Your Ocean’ gallery which shows how we are dependent on the health and survival of the world’s ocean.
Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich (DLR).
Greenwich (South Eastern Trains)
Maze Hill (South Eastern Trains)
DLR to Jubilee
177, 180, 188, 199, 286, 386, 53, 54, 202, 380
Regular boats from Greenwich Pier
Daily: 10am to 5pm
Greenwich, Romney Road, London SE10 9NF (Map)
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