National Maritime Museum


National Maritime Museum

A visit to the National Maritime Museum is a must for all those who are fans of stories of human endeavor and exploration. Here, you will get to learn about British heroes like Admiral Horatio Nelson. You will get to know about his performance as the flag officer of the Royal Navy and see his final uniform. Nelson wore the uniform during his final triumph at the Battle of Trafalgar; sadly, he was killed during the same battle.

The museum keeps hosting both ticketed and free events all through the year. These include lectures delivered by curators, seasonal celebrations, music nights, etc. You will also get to spend some relaxing time at one of its cafes.

Getting to the National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum is located in Park Row, Greenwich. You should, ideally, take a bus or train for reaching the museum. The two nearest rail stations of the museum are Greenwich and Maze Hill. Both are just a 9-minute walk away from it.

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Admission to the National Maritime Museum is free unless you are attending a special exhibition or an event. The museum stays open from 10 am to 5 pm. However, it allows admission only up to 4.30 pm. The museum stays open all through the year except for December 24 and 26.

National Maritime Museum Small Group Tour

Unravel the secrets of Britain’s rich maritime history on a 3.5-hour small-group guided walking tour of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich

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Address: Park Row, London SE10 9NF, UK
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