Cutty Sark exterior. Port broadside & port 3/4 view during the day.

Cutty Sark exterior. Port broadside & port 3/4 view during the day.

Perfect for anyone interested in art and architecture, star gazing and astronomy, ships and the sea, or British history and royalty. Royal Museums Greenwich is home of the Royal Observatory and the Peter Harrison Planetarium, Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House. Historic Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and each of these attractions is located within easy walking distance of one another. A visit to this charming area of London will offer your group the opportunity to: ● Stand astride the world famous Meridian Line, with one foot in the east and the other in the west, at the home of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) ● Step aboard the iconic historic tea clipper Cutty Sark for a taste of life on the high seas
● See the uniform Nelson wore when he was fatally wounded in the ‘Nelson, Navy, Nation’ gallery at the National Maritime Museum. This is the proposed schedule for a tour of the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark on Thursday September29.

11am Audio guided tour of the Royal Observatory 1

2.30pm Light lunch at the National Maritime Museum

1.30pm Welcome Talk followed by free time at National Maritime Museum 3pm Afternoon Tea on board the Cutty Sark 4.30pm End of day. For more information and to book your place on this free trip, call Paige Fraser on 01733 293245 or email paige.fraser@grouptravelworld.com