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---------- Unfortunately our lift is currently out of order so access to the upper gallery is via stairs only. Apologies for any inconvenience caused ----------- The Orangery will be closed on Saturday 26th October. The Museum is open as normal. Click Here for Planned Closure Dates
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Visiting Greenwich

Make a day of your visit to Greenwich

Royal Greenwich in East London is home to some of the capital’s most historic attractions. A world heritage site and home to time itself, Greenwich has something to interest all the family.

The Fan Museum is a stones-throw from some of Greenwich’s most popular visitor attractions, including the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark. We encourage visitors to make a day of their trip to Greenwich and enjoy in all that the borough has to offer.

It’s situation on the Thames, to the east of the city has given Greenwich natural links with London’s maritime history. It also has a rich royal heritage as the birthplace of the Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Greenwich became a Royal Borough in February 2012, becoming the first borough to be awarded this status in over 80 years.

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Cutty Sark sailing ship Greenwich

Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark, one of the borough's most recognised attractions, is a 19th century sailing ship which would have been one of the fastest sea-faring vessels of her day. The ship has been raised to allow visitors to venture both underneath and aboard the world's sole surviving tea clipper.

Greenwich Royal Observatory

Royal Observatory

Home of Greenwich Mean Time and the world's Prime Meridian the Royal Observatory is London's only planetarium offering amazing journeys through the night sky. Perched at the top of Greenwich park the location offers stunning views across Greenwich to the City beyond.

Greenwich Naval College

Old Royal Naval College

The Naval College sits on the site of Henry VIII's palace and offers one of the country's finest example of Baroque landscape. The Painted Hall, often described as the finest dining hall in Europe, and Chapel designed by Sir Christopher Wren are particular highlights.

Museum Opening Times

Tuesday - Saturday

11am - 5pm


12pm - 5pm

Planned Closures

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12 Crooms Hill, Greenwich,
London SE10 8ER


Adults: £5.00

Concessions: Info £3.00

Children (age 7-16): £3.00

National Trust Members:

50% discount on the adult price ticket

Free Entry for...

Children under 7, Art Fund Members and London Pass Members

Afternoon Tea at Greenwich Fan Museum

Tea in the Orangery

Enjoy afternoon tea in the beautifully muraled museum orangery.

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Museum Admission Pricing

Adults: £5.00
Children (age 7-16): £3.00
Concessions: £3.00
  • Students (with vaild student card)
  • Senior citizens
  • Registered disabled
  • English Heritage
  • Friends of The Horniman
  • Friends of The Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Members/Volunteers of the National Maritime Museum
National Trust Members:

50% discount on the Adult price tickets

Free Entry for…

Children under 7, Art Fund Members and London Pass Members

Tuesday Special:

Free entry for senior citizens and disabled visitors (except for groups)

Please note that the discounts listed above cannot be applied when visitors are part of a large group visit or guided tour group.  Please click here for further details.

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Greenwich Park

A view down Greenwich park to the National Maritime Museum