National Maritime Museum, London
About National Maritime Museum, London
National Maritime Museum, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: Romney Rd, Royal Borough of Greenwich, SE10 9NF, United Kingdom
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The National Maritime Museum located in Greenwich in the city of London is a leading maritime museum in the United Kingdom. The museum is said to be one of the largest museum of its kind. The National Maritime museum is home to various historical heritages, Royal Observatory, Greenwich and Queen’s house.
The museum expenses are held by non departmental public body called Department for culture, Media and sport. Many of the London museums include entry fee, but the National Maritime museum do not charge any admission fees.
The museum is filled up with many inspirational stories of discoveries and adventures at sea. You will also get free access to wifi and many artwork collections in the museum.
National Maritime Museum Information
- Last admission 30 mins before closing.
- Its is filled with inspirational stories of exploration and endeavour at sea.
- Don't miss out the Nelson's bullet-pierced coat from his final, fatal battle and discover the courage shown by Franklin and Scott on their famous polar expeditions.
- Parking facility available.
National Maritime Museum Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
- Other ticket prices 8.50£.
How To reach National Maritime Museum by Public Transport
- Falmouth Maritime Museum car park.
Restaurants Near National Maritime Museum
- Kings Arms
- Saigon Buffet
- Pizza Express
- Greenwich Tavern
- Spread Eagle
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National Maritime Museum, London Reviews - Write a Review
I went to National Maritime museum with my son n grandson for a children's activity . I loved the little I saw of the museum. I am planning to visit it and see and read more . A beautifully designed building in beautiful Greenwich Park. Enjoyed the lunch in one of restaurants. Very friendly staff in activity centre n restaurant.
Wonderful museum, clear and informative across all exhibitions. Great setting as well with several good food spots both in and close to it. A recommended day out!
Great museum for kids. Whole play area to explore interactively the inside of a ship. Huge open space for kids to run around by the café.
A must for everyone interested in maritime history. An it's got free entrance. Some of the rooms are poorly lit (to protect the artifacts).And many of the texts are hard to read because of the small font and because they are placed to low. Why not supplement the texts with QR codes and let the guest use their smartphone. And give them an opportunity to re-read the texts at home?
We ended up at this museum unexpectedly and was pleasantly surprised by the informative and interesting exhibits. Lots of history about maritime history of London and the world. The area is serene and gorgeous too. It's near the ferry stop.
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