One of the most popular free-to-visit attractions in the country and the home of the Painted Hall. Read more
The magnificent Painted Hall is recognised as the greatest piece of decorative painting in England and has been described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’. Read more
Our magnificent buildings and interiors have been described as 'the most popular filming location in the world' Read more
Double your donation with the £1 million Future Fund challenge! Help the Old Royal Naval College to continue our conservation, learning and research projects. Read more
Architectural masterpiece and home of the breathtaking Painted Hall
The magnificent Painted Hall is recognised as the greatest piece of decorative painting in England and has been described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’.
The Chapel of St Peter and St Paul is a neo-classical masterpiece by James ‘Athenian’ Stuart and William Newton. Featuring a Samuel Green organ and an altarpiece painted by Benjamin West, it is one of the finest eighteenth century interiors in existence.
The Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre is a free attraction and the starting point for millions of visitors to the Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) and Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site.
Taking the buildings of the former Royal Hospital for Seamen as a starting point, explore Greenwich’s medical and maritime connections in this guided walk around London’s most exotic entrepot – half port, half palace, and window to the world. Read more
Doughnut will be the first event of its kind – an adventurous celebration of all things Outer London and a critical reflection on the rapid transformation that the city's periphery is currently experiencing.
Our specialist conservators Stephen Paine and Sophie Stewart have been undertaking trials in the Painted Hall. Read more
Over the Easter Holidays, a number of our young visitors took part in our Create a Creature Drawing Competition, we can now reveal the results. Read more
Tom Young is a letter-cutter. Last year he produced the beautiful lettering on the stone gate piers flanking the Lewin Gates at the northern entrance to the site. Read more