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EXPLORE AND DISCOVER Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass

Royal Museums Greenwich

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Greenwich is the perfect destination for a day out and a wonderful opportunity to delve into history. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Greenwich is one of the most historic areas in the capital. Not only is it renowned for its beauty with Greenwich Park, the River Thames and breathtaking views of the city, it also is home to four world-class attractions. Explore famous icons including the Royal Observatory, the legendary Cutty Sark; the 17th century Queen’s House and National Maritime Museum. Enjoy exploring these national treasures.

"Greenwich has so much to offer from history, culture, adventure, grand gastronomy and more"
-Beau Monde Traveler


  • Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass each

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30-Day Refunds, Unlimited Exchanges

Instant E-Certificate Delivery

1 Year Validity


Enjoy a fantastic day out in Greenwich and explore its treasure trove of museums with a Royal Museums Day Pass. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Greenwich is also awash with architecturally impressive buildings and museums. With the Day Pass, explore the 19th-century tea clipper, the Cutty Sark, venture into the National Maritime Museum for a look into the seafaring past. Next door, enjoy the architectural and artistic displays of the Queen’s House. Ascend the hill in Greenwich Park to the Old Observatory and stand on the Meridian line at the home of the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).Step aboard The Cutty Sark, the world’s sole-surviving tea clipper, celebrated for her record-breaking passages around the globe. Experience what life was like on this national icon with an audio guide. Costumed characters on board the ship add to the experience and help bring the history of the ship to life. Get the opportunity to touch the original structure of the ship which dates back to when it was built in 1869 and enjoy interactive exhibits aboard. Learn about the work that has gone into preserving the Cutty Sark for future generations.Discover epic stories of exploration and endeavour that have shaped our world today at the National Maritime Museum, the largest of its kind in the world. With numerous galleries to explore, there will be something to peak everyone’s interest. Find out what made J.M.W. Turner's largest painting so controversial. Get up close to the actual uniform Admiral Nelson was wearing when he was fatally wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar. Capture one of the most photographed artworks in London, Yinka Shonibare’s Nelson’s ship in a bottle; see new galleries including Pacific Exploration, Polar Worlds, Tudor and Stuart Seafarers, and Sea Things exhibiting more that 1000 objects. Explore Britain’s maritime trade, uncover how life on the River Thames has evolved and learn about the largest surface sea battle. Take time to traverse another of the Museum’s must-see attractions, The Great Map.Admire the architectural beauty of The Queen’s House, Britain’s first classical building and a pioneering masterpiece of the 17th-century. Soak in the spectacular art, architecture and royal history of the Queens House, including the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth 1, commemorating the most famous conflict of her reign, the failed invasion of England by the Spanish Armada. See the breath-taking new art commission by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright in gold leaf on the ceiling of the Great Hall and admire the geometric design of the marble floors dating back to 1635. Discover works by British and European masters including including Turner, Gainsborough, Hogarth and Stubbs, as well as works by leading contemporary artists.Wander through leafy green Greenwich Royal Park, take in the views of London across the Park and the River Thames, before exploring time and space at the Royal Observatory. Discover the site’s rich history from its royal heritage to the incredible Peter Harrison Planetarium. Stand on the iconic Meridian Line at the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Learn about discoveries of great scientists based at or associated with the Royal Observatory via an audio guide and marvel at the Great Equatorial Telescope, which gave astronomers new views of the universe over 100 years ago. See London through the camera obscure and journey through space in a fascinating planetarium show. Discover Greenwich and its wealth of history with a Royal Museum Greenwich Day Pass.


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Very simple and easy. Tickets worked great

Sarah - 14th Nov, 2022


This experience is available in multiple locations. You will be able to select your choice of venue at time of booking.


1. Once you have checked out, you will receive an e-certificate with a unique redemption code.

2. Use this code to request your booking with the desired date and time

3. Sit back and let us handle the rest. Arrive to your experience knowing we have arranged everything.


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