Friday 2 February 2024

Royal Museums Greenwich - What's on this February? ❤️


Couple in black and white holding hands on board of a ship
Love is in the air!
Our heart is full of love for culture, history and incredible stories this Valentine's season. 
Join us to celebrate our wealth of activities this LGBTQ+ History Month, or bring the little ones to our half-term activities at Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory.
Also, there are exciting changes happening at the National Maritime Museum, read on to find out more!
What's on this February
Cup of tea and a wooden spoon full of tea leafs
Tea in Transition
8 February | 7-8.30pm | 
Cutty Sark
Join two of London's foremost food writers and culinary cartographers in a celebration of tea.
Father and daughter in front of Cutty Sark's figureheads
Half term at Cutty Sark
10-18 February 2024 | Cutty Sark
Join us for great family fun on the iconic tea clipper.
Children and women attaching colorful cards to the wall
Half term at the National Maritime Museum
11-18 February 2024 | National Maritime Museum
Come along for a range of fun creative events for all the family.
Workers on scaffolding working at Cutty Sark
Keeping Cutty Sark ship-shape
Unravel the secrets of how we look after a 154-year-old-ship. 
Historic photograph of the Royal Observatory from Greenwich Park
130 years since the Greenwich Outrage
14 February 2024 | National Maritime Museum
Join us for a panel discussion and a screening of Alfred Hitchcock's Sabotage from 1936.