Royal Museums Greenwich: Royal Observatory
Royal Museums Greenwich encompasses the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, and the Queen’s House. These four world-class attractions sit at the heart of maritime Greenwich in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An epic place of exploration, Royal Museums Greenwich is the place to discover sea and space exploration, pioneering architecture, art and royal history. The National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House are free to visit.
The Royal Observatory is the home of space and time. Commissioned by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Observatory is home to the Greenwich meridian line, GMT and awe-inspiring astronomy. In the Astronomy centre you can touch a meteorite or explore the cosmos at London’s only planetarium.
HASSRA members can purchase discounted digital tickets for the Royal Observatory. It's the same price for adults and children. Upon purchase you will receive an email with your digital ticket in PDF format. You will need to either print this ticket and take it with you or show it on your smartphone to gain entry.
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