Thursday 3 March 2016

Royal Museums Greenwich - What's On March

What's On




Closes 28 March

Our major exhibition is now entering its final weeks. Step into the curious and chaotic world of Stuart London with the famous diarist Samuel Pepys as your guide. With rave reviews from press and visitors alike, don't miss out on this critically acclaimed show.
"History rivetingly brought to life" ★★★★ The Telegraph
"A terrific exhibition" Jeremy Paxman, The Financial Times
"Best exhibition I've seen all year" @JudeRHolland
Find out more
Sex and the Stuarts
Uncover the salacious side of Stuart London, from the many mistresses of King Charles II to Samuel Pepys's notorious affairs.
Watch our video
Women Making Waves
19 - 20 March

Celebrate Women's History Month with a weekend of talks, workshops, tours and family fun investigating the role of women in the traditionally male dominated domain of exploration.  
Get involved
Alternative St Patrick’s Day
19 March

Come and celebrate St Patrick’s Day on board Cutty Sark, and do a jig underneath the ship’s extraordinary hull with the Cut A Shine Ceili Band.
You'll also have time to explore the ship and enjoy a shot of Cutty Sark Whisky.
Join the fun
A New Life of Charles II
22 March

Claire Jackson (The Stuarts, BBC Two) explores the life of one of England's most recognisable kings, who lived through revolution and restoration. 
Enjoy a talk
Think Space
22 March

Dark Matter and Dark Energy together make up 95% of the contents of the Universe - but what are they?
Join astrophysicist Roberto Trotta for a spectacularly illustrated talk.
Book online
Easter Family Fun
25 - 31 March
Visit Greenwich this Easter weekend. There'll be a giant Easter-Egg hunt atCutty Sark, space themed workshops at the Royal Observatory and at the National Maritime Museum we'll be recreating the fun of the seaside. 
Enjoy Easter
Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016
Open for entries
Our international astrophotography competition is now open for entries. With prizes for all skill levels, and a new grand prize of £10,000, it's the perfect year to get involved.
If you're looking for inspiration, or just want to marvel at some mind-blowing images of space, the winners of our 2015 competition are on display in a free exhibition
Enter today