Royal Museums Greenwich:  Cutty Sark + London Royal Observatory - 1 day pass

Royal Museums Greenwich: Cutty Sark + London Royal Observatory - 1 day pass

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Discover two of London's must-sees: the Royal Observatory and the iconic ship Cutty Sark
Britain's largest telescope and the history of the Greenwich meridian
Views of London and the Thames
The practical, money-saving pass

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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Take advantage of this pass to visit the Royal Museums Greenwich, London's historic museums!

With your pass, you can visit the Royal Observatory in Greenwichand the Cutty Sark freely for a whole day, during your time in London.

The Royal Museums Greenwich brings together the following historic sites and museums:

  • The Royal Observatory Greenwich: perfect for an educational visit. The latter is located on the Greenwich meridian, the meridian of origin, which serves as a reference for worldwide time and longitude and separates the Western and Eastern hemispheres. You can have fun standing on either side of the meridian line! Inside the museum, you'll find a rich and comprehensive collection of instruments and documentation on maritime navigation and astronomy. Here you can admire one of the UK's largest telescopes. The audioguide included in the tour will enable you to learn more about the inventions and discoveries of the greatest scientists and inventors, such as Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein. Finally, don't forget to watch the red time ball at Flamsteed House, which rises every day at 12.55pm to half mast height and emits a signal, while you enjoy the park and a breathtaking view!
  • The Cutty Sark ship: mainly used in the tea trade, the Cutty Sark was famous as being one of the fastest clippers in the world. She has crossed the oceans, calling at some of the world's biggest ports, including being the first tea clipper to call at Mauritius. You can explore the outside of the boat and admire its rudder and impressive tall masts. As it is 3 metres above the ground, you can also get under the boat's copper hull. Inside, you can visit the Captain's cabin and learn more about the crew's way of life. Thanks to immersive installations, you'll find out what sailors ate, how they slept and you'll relive their adventures.

During your visit to the Royal Museums Greenwich, don't miss the National Maritime Museum, dedicated to the history of the British Navy, and theQueen's House, a former royal residence in the 1600s highlighting the importance of the navy to England and British royalty through Art.

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Good to know

  • Availability: from Monday to Friday (with some exceptions, see calendar)
  • Opening hours: 10am to 5pm for both museums (last entry at 4pm)
  • The museums must be visited on the same day
  • French audio guides will be available in both museums
  • Entrance to the Queen's House and the National Maritime Museum is free
  • Young people and students will need to prove their eligibility for the reduced rate by showing ID at ticket control.

Price includes

  • Admission to the Cutty Sark and the London Royal Observatory
  • Admission to Queen's House and the National Maritime Museum (free)
  • Audio guide for the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark

Price doesn’t include

  • Museum exhibitions and shows
  • Food and drink
  • Any other extras



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