Sat 22 Apr - End of Summer
A free interactive space in the Mezzanine Gallery of the Visitor Centre invites visitors to explore classical architecture inspired by Wren, his work, and designs. A programme of workshops and activities for adults, families and children will accompany the exhibits in the studio space.
The exhibition showcases a selection of works by students and researchers from the Architecture Department, School of Design, at the University of Greenwich. Artworks will include a 3D architectural fly-through animation of the Old Royal Naval College, as well as models and technical drawings of Wren-designed churches and other buildings.
The studio space will also feature never seen before views of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site created by Captivate, a Spatial Modelling Research Group. The digital models use a variety of remote sensing technologies such as 3D scanning, photogrammetry, ground penetrating radar, hyper-spectral frequencies, and drone surveys.
Find out more about the Wren 300 programme.
Painted Hall Display: Letter written by Sir Christopher Wren21 Feb 2023 - January 2024
A letter written by Sir Christopher Wren will be exhibited in the Painted Hall vestibule from February 25 to commemorate the anniversary of his death.Find out more
To commemorate Christopher Wren’s extraordinary legacy, we will be hosting fascinating events and activities throughout the year.Find out more
Wren Tours: 300 Years of WrenUntil 28 Sept 2023 | Thursdays, 11am & 1pm
To commemorate the tercentenary of the death of Sir Christopher Wren, a special tour has been devised looking at the outstanding impact he made on this site.Find out more