National Maritime Museum
Romney Road, Greenwich
London SE10 9NF

OPEN DAILY 10.00–17.00

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Invaders of Mars

Fly over the great chasms and volcanoes of Mars, descend amid polar ice caps and experience the planet's raging storms. Narrated by Tom Baker.

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Planet Narnia

Dr Michael Ward reveals C.S. Lewis's life-long interest in the sky at night and the secret inner meaning to this much-loved series. 28 April.

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Make and do Sundays

Make a magical mask or headdress based on the fantastic stories sailors created about sea monsters and mermaids.

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Atlantic Worlds

Explore the interrelationship between Britain, Africa and the Americas between 1600–1850 and the impact of empire on three continents.

Telescopes redisplay

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the invention of the telescope, many of our telescopes are now on display in the Meridian building.

North-West Passage

Opening 23 May, a new exhibition about our ‘arctic obsession’ with the North-West Passage, and the lives of the Inuit who live there.