The National Maritime Museum (NMM) is the leading maritime museum in Greenwich, London. Also the biggest museum of its kind on the globe. The historic structures form part of the Ancient Greenwich is a World Heritage Site. It also serve as the Royal Observatory, and 17th-century Queen’s Home.
The museum was establish in 1934 within the 200 miles (0.81 km2) of Greenwich Royal Park area. The museum is a non-departmental public body and managed by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. The National Maritime Museum does not take an entrance charge. Although most short-term events do have entrance charges.
The Museum has preserve the world’s largest maritime historical reference library. The library is store more than 20,000 pamphlets, 100,000 books, 20,000 bound periodicals including 200 current titles and 8000 rare books dating from 1474 to 1850.
The Museum has the most important role in the world on the history of Britain at sea comprising. The NMM store the two million items. Such as: maritime art (both English and 17th-century Dutch), cartography, manuscripts(formal public records), ship models, plans models, scientific instruments, navigational instruments, instruments for time-keeping and astronomy (based at the Observatory).
Greenwich is just 20 minutes from central London : Royal Museums Greenwich is a quick, easy journey from central London in around 20 minutes. Your options are:
- Cannon Street (rail) – direct trains every 10 minutes
- Bank or Tower Gateway (DLR) – every 4 minutes
- Jubilee or Northern Lines (Tube) to London Bridge, then change on to direct above-ground train every 10 minutes
Or make the transport part of the fun by coming by river boat – and save 20% on a joint Thames Clippers + Cutty Sark ticket.
Oyster cards can be used at all local stations and on buses : All our attractions are only a short walk from the Cutty Sark DLR, local bus stops, Greenwich Pier and Greenwich and Maze Hill stations. The Royal Observatory and Planetarium are in Greenwich Park, at the top of a hill with spectacular panoramic views across London.
Travel by DLR or river this Easter : We look forward to welcoming you in Greenwich this Easter. Remember to use the DLR to get to us 3-6 April, as Greenwich and Maze Hill Southeastern stations will be closed for engineering work.
National Maritime Museum Open Hours :
Monday-Sunday, 10.00-17.00. Closed 24-26 December.
National Maritime Museum Ticket : Free
Special exhibition Ticket – Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution
Family (1 adult): £21.50
Family (2 adults): £31.50
You can Buy Ticket Online
National Maritime Museum Contact :
Address :- Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF
Phone No : +44 20 8858 4422, +44 (0)20 8312 6565, +44 (0)20 8312 6608(For Booking), +44 (0)20 8312 6516 (Library and Archive), +44 (0)20 8312 6631/6704 (Picture Library and images)
Email ID : firstname.lastname@example.org (For Booking), email@example.com (Library and Archive), firstname.lastname@example.org (Picture Library and images), Registration@rmg.co.uk (Object donations)
Website : www.rmg.co.uk