Temporary Closure

We are actively working on plans to safely and securely extend access through our grounds.

The safety of the people and buildings in our grounds is our top priority. We ask the community to work with us to encourage everyone to be respectful of the safety measures we will have in place, so that we are able to continue working towards a full opening of our site. Find Out More

Plan a visit

Getting Here

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

Book Tickets

Annual pass tickets to the Painted Hall cost just £11 online and give you unlimited entry for a whole year.
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Make A Donation

Now more than ever we need your help to safeguard our remarkable heritage.
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Come and visit us in the heart of maritime Greenwich

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.

Opening Times

The Painted Hall, Chapel and Visitor Centre are open daily, 10am–5pm. When we are hosting special events, we sometimes need to close early.

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. 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.

Find out more about how to get here