Plan a visit
We’re in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage site. Just eight minutes on the train from London Bridge.
How to get here
Annual pass tickets to the Painted Hall cost just £12.50 online and give you unlimited entry for a whole year.
The Painted Hall, Chapel and Visitor Centre are open daily, 10am–5pm.
The grounds are open daily 8am–11pm.
Explore what’s here
Watch our short trailer for a flavour of what’s here for you to explore including our free Visitor Centre, the Painted Hall, the Victorian skittle alley, the Chapel, cafes and shops and stunning riverside grounds. Explore more.
Daily Talks and Tours
We run daily tours and talks which are free to Painted Hall ticket holders. Book your ticket today!
Meet at the Visitor Centre to join a 45 minute tour of our spectacular grounds. The tour leaves at 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.
There is a 30 minute talk about the Painted Hall running regularly between 11am and 4pm. Meet at the meeting point Painted Hall Vestibule to join the next talk.
We also run BSL tours throughout the year. The next BSL tour is taking place in the Painted Hall on Saturday 21 August. Tickets must be pre-booked here.
The Painted Hall, Chapel and Visitor Centre are open daily, 10am–5pm. When we are hosting special events, we sometimes need to close early. Any early or partial closures will be published on our website below, in advance.
The Painted Hall will be opening to visitors at midday on Wednesday 28 July
We will be closing the Painted Hall at 4pm on the following dates (unless stated otherwise)
Thursday 15 July
Saturday 24 July
Monday 26 July (3pm)
Friday 6 August
Saturday 7 August
Friday 13 August
Saturday 14 August
Thursday 19 August
Saturday 21 August
All the following dates are from 10am-5pm for the University of Greenwich Graduations
Monday 19 July
Tuesday 20 July
Wednesday 21 July
Thursday 22 July
Friday 23 July
Tuesday 27 July
Saturday 14 August (2:30pm-4:30pm)
Saturday 21 August (12:30pm- 2:30pm)
Saturday 11 September (11:30am-2:30pm)
Saturday 17 September (1:30pm-3:30pm)
Saturday 16 October (2:30pm-4:30pm)
Our visitors’ safety and enjoyment onsite is our highest priority and for that reason we are maintaining sensible measures to the way we operate tours and interactions during your visit. Public tours will be opened-up to groups of 10 people and we recommend that you wear a face covering on tours and while visiting any of our indoor spaces.
In a continuance of safe practice, no cash payments will be accepted, and hand-sanitising stations will remain around the grounds for you to use. We encourage you to maintain a safe distance and consider the needs of your fellow visitors and our staff.
We recommend that you book online in advance of your visit, not only to ensure we can manage capacity in our indoor spaces, but also to secure your place on one of the Painted Hall talks, grounds or film tours on the day you come.
The wide-open spaces and stunning views at the Old Royal Naval College mean that whether you are inside or out, you and your friends and family will have a great day here.
Filming and Photography
We frequently get asked questions about what our rules are in relation to taking photographs or filming on site. We’ve created a page to answer any questions you might have, but for the avoidance of any doubt, photography/filming on our site is at the discretion of the organisation and we ask that you respect our site and staff. Have a read about our approach to filming and photography.
How to find us
Greenwich is a short journey away from Central London. The nearest station is Cutty Sark DLR and Greenwich Station (rail) is just eight minutes from London Bridge. Or you can travel the scenic way on a boat along the Thames to Greenwich Pier.
We are a short walk from the Cutty Sark DLR.
Our Visitor Centre is directly opposite the famous ship and you can wander through the grounds all day, every day.