About us

Royal Museums Greenwich comprises four sites: the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, the Queen's House and Cutty Sark. Together these constitute one museum working to illustrate for everyone the importance of the sea, ships, time and the stars and their relationship with people. Find out more about the new group name.

Find out more about the Museums, our history and how we are organized. This section also includes news, policiesjob opportunities, staff profiles and our Freedom of Information publication scheme.

See also information about Cutty Sark's governance and trustees.

Our Mission Statement, Trustees and Directors information, Staff profiles, Annual Review and Freedom of Information publication scheme.
View a full list of the Museum's current job vacancies and find out about work experience placements.
Latest press releases. For further information please contact Sheryl Twigg, NMM Press Office, 020 8312 6790/6732
International activities
Royal Museums Greenwich is home to collections and stories that are relevant to audiences across the globe.
The Equality Plan is a strategic and timetabled action plan that states the Museum’s approach to diversity.
The Museum's Information Charter, Sustainable Development Policy and Website policies including privacy, copyright and accessibility.
Find out about the fascinating history of the National Maritime Museum, Queen's House and Royal Observatory.
The Museum supports a number of innovative partnerships and initiatives including Understanding Slavery, Planet Ocean and New Visions.
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Become a Young Cultural Ambassador or join the Museum's Youth Advisory Group to participate in creative workshops, gain professional skills...