Royal Museums Greenwich
New 2021 brochure
Explore Greenwich; the perfect destination for a London day out
Museums and galleries, royal heritage, bustling markets and iconic architecture: Greenwich is unique in London, combining world-class visitor attractions with a calming sense of space and a village vibe, while its UNESCO World Heritage Site status honours its maritime past. Greenwich is also one of London’s greenest area, with Greenwich Park and the River Thames providing fresh air and breath-taking city views.
Situation at the heart of this unique, stunning setting, Royal Museums Greenwich encompasses four amazing attractions, all within walking distance of each other: The National Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark and the Queen’s House.
Visitors can stand on the historic Prime Meridian of the world at the Royal Observatory, the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Or step on board the world-famous Cutty Sark to discover the ship’s dramatic history. At the National Maritime Museum, visitors can get up close to the uniform Nelson was wearing when he was fatally wounded. And visit the Queen’s House, home to an internationally renowned art collection including the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I.
The guide aims to provide a flavour of the variety Royal Museums Greenwich has to offer, giving visitors all the information they need to have a great day out. For updates on how to have a safe visit and the latest events and exhibition, please visit rmg.co.uk, or follow Royal Museums Greenwich on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.