Temporary Closure

Following the government’s announcement of the new lockdown, the Old Royal Naval College will be closing temporarily from Thursday 5th November. We will reopen our doors on Thursday 3rd December, subject to government guidance. Find Out More

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Getting Here

We’re in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage site. Just eight minutes on the train from London Bridge.
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Book Tickets

We are currently closed, but you can still pre-book your tickets to visit in December.
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Make A Donation

Now more than ever we need your help to safeguard our remarkable heritage.
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Welcome to the Old Royal Naval College, an extraordinary cultural destination in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Covid-19 Update

Following the latest update from the UK Government, we are very pleased to announce the Old Royal Naval College will be reopening on Thursday 3 December, with some exciting plans for the Christmas period.

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Take A Virtual Tour

Our free 360 degree virtual tour allows an interactive and up-close exploration of this magnificent Baroque masterpiece from the comfort of your own home.

Pan around and zoom in to marvel at the details in ultra-high resolution and discover the stories behind the art.

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500 Years of british history

Our iconic riverside estate has five centuries of rich history linking an incredible cast of monarchs and famous British figures.

The Painted Hall is the jewel in our crown and one of London's 'hidden gems'.

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Eat, drink, shop

Whether you wish to enjoy a leisurely lunch in the Café, a drink in the Pub or a picnic in the grounds, we have a range of food and drink options for you to choose from.

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Chapel Services

Our Chapel is open to visitors daily, 10am–5pm. It is an active place of worship with regular services throughout the week.

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