Sunday 30 April 2017

Royal Museums Greenwich - What's On in May

What's On

Make the most of May
The evenings are getting longer, the weather's getting warmer and there's not one but two bank holidays on the horizon!
Why not make the most of it with a visit to Royal Museums Greenwich? Spend a day exploring our world-class attractions, or join a special event for an unforgettable experience. 
Visit Greenwich
Royal Observatory
Visit the home of time to see where GMT begins and stand astride the historic Prime Meridian of the World.
You can also travel the universe in our state-of-the-art planetarium. 
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Cutty Sark
Discover what life was like on board the world’s only surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her day.
Take the helm at the ship's wheel and walk beneath our beautiful copper hull. 
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Stranger Worlds
Looking for an event that's out of this world? Then we've got you covered. Join a celebration of science fiction at our Stranger Worlds Late, or catch Pitch Black in our planetarium. 
Join our late
Family fun
Bring the kids for an unforgettable experience the whole family can enjoy.
Astronauts, pirates or explorers - which adventure will you take?
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Celebrating Maritime Greenwich
See some of the country's most important buildings in a whole new light.
If you missed the 20th anniversary of our World Heritage Site then fear not! Our incredible drone footage reveals the highlights.  
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From our friends at the Landmark Trust
Inspiring Landmarks
29 June – 4 July

The historic buildings charity is hosting a vibrant summer exhibition in Spitalfields. Three contemporary artists – Ed Kluz, Kurt Jackson and Prue Cooper - have created works inspired by Landmark's remarkable British buildings. Free to visit, plus a lively programme of talks.
Image: Kurt Jackson, Old Campden House, lambs bleating, blackbird song. 2014. mixed media on wood panel. Copyright Kurt Jackson
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