Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass
Explore famous Greenwich icons including the Cutty Sark and Royal Observatory!
- Get access to four of Greenwich's most famous attractions.
- Step aboard the Cutty Sark, the oldest surviving tea clipper in the world.
- Lookout at the stars and beyond at the Royal Observatory.
- Deep dive into Britain's seafaring past at the National Maritime Museum.
- Explore a grand former royal residence, the Queen's House.
- Your ticket includes an audio guide for the Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark.
- Entrance fee to the Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark
- Free audio guide at both attractions (in English only)
- Access to The National Maritime Museum & The Queen's House
- Food or drink
- Access to special exhibitions or guided tours at The Queen's House and National Maritime Museum
super flexible cancellation policy
Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule.
History, science, and culture await you at Greenwich in London. Take the helm at the world's last surviving tea clipper, 'The Cutty Sark.' It carried Britain's favorite beverage from China in the 1800s and was the fastest ship in the world at the time. Learn all about its record-breaking adventures around the world and explore its interiors.
On dry land, journey to the stars at the Greenwich Royal Observatory, home to the Great Equatorial Telescope, the Time Ball, the Shepherd Gate Clock, Harrison's clocks, as well as the historic Octagon Room. Take the opportunity to stand on the Meridian Line, where the Eastern and Western hemispheres meet!
See also the National Maritime Museum, dedicated to British sea exploration history. You'll get to see the blood-stained coat of Admiral Nelson, who died in the Battle of Trafalgar, against Napoleon. See J.M.W. Turner's painting of the battle, as well as 'Nelson's Ship in a Bottle,' a scaled-down replica of HMS Victory by Yinka Shonibare.
Don't miss out on visiting the Queen's House, the first Classical building in the UK. Ascend the elegant Tulip Stairs, the original wrought-iron spiral staircase, and admire both the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I and the recently frescoed ceiling of the Great Hall.
know before you go
COVID-19 Safety Measures
- Reduced capacity and one-way routes at the sites to ensure we can maintain social distancing.
- Increased cleaning regime.
- Sanitiser stations.
- Card payments only.
- Screens at all the cash desks.
- Online bookings only.
- Some interactives, touch screens, and audioguides will be unavailable.
- Please wear a face mask and make payments by card wherever possible.
- Guide dogs, hearing dogs, and assistance dogs are welcome throughout the Museum. A water bowl is available outside the Parkside Café. Please ask at the cafes or Information Desks if your dog requires additional water.
- A cloakroom and lockers are located on Level 0 near the Park Entrance Information Desk. There is a small charge (£2) for their use.
- Toilets, baby change facilities, and an accessible toilet are located opposite the ticket desk on the ground floor at the Stanhope entrance off Romney Road.
- All cafés and gift shops across the National Maritime Museum are wheelchair-accessible and accessible toilets are available. All floors of the National Maritime Museum have lift access.
Please note that multilingual audio guides are no longer available at Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory. They have been replaced by interactive audio guides that you will be able to download on your phone using the Smartify App. Smartify uses image recognition to identify scanned artworks and provide you with additional information about them. These guides are currently available in English only. Other languages will be added in due course.
Daily from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Infants aged 0-3 can go for free. Children aged 4-15, as well as youth aged 16-24, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the ticket redemption point.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Redeem your ticket at the National Maritime Museum.
- Address: Romney Rd, London SE10 9NF, United Kingdom.
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Trains and Underground Services
- The nearest rail stations are Greenwich and Maze Hill. Direct trains run to these stations from London Cannon Street and London Bridge.
- If you are using the London Underground, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will take you straight to Cutty Sark station. The DLR connects with other Underground lines at Bank, Tower Gateway, and Stratford stations.
- The following buses stop near the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House: 129, 177, 180, 188, 286, 386, and N1.
- The following buses stop near Cutty Sark: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199, and 386.
- The following buses stop near the Royal Observatory Greenwich and Peter Harrison Planetarium: 53, 54, 202, and 380.
This ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.