Royal Observatory Entry and Afternoon Tea for Two at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich
Take a photo next to the iconic Prime Meridian and explore the history of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. Situated on the hill in Greenwich Park, this interesting attraction is ideal for those fascinated by the wonders of astronomy. Learn about the history of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), see fascinating astronomical objects and timepieces in Christopher Wren's Octagon Room, admire the impressive Altazimuth Pavilion and head to Flamsteed House for the chance to see the red Time Ball drop at 1pm. Make the most of this memorable day out together and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea for two at the National Maritime Museum's Parkside Café. Tuck into a variety of scrumptious sandwiches, delicious sweet treats and scones infused with Earl Grey and served with clotted cream and jam. This indulgent treat will be topped off with a classic selection of teas.
- Explore the Royal Observatory in Greenwich with entry for two
- Stand on the Meridian Line and discover the interesting history of British astronomy
- Enjoy being served the Parkside Terrace Afternoon Tea for two at the National Maritime Museum
- Tuck into sweet and savoury treats with views overlooking the beautiful Greenwich Park
- Availability Description
This voucher is valid for two adults. Available Thursday–Sunday, year round. Open at 10.30pm–4pm. Afternoon tea is served at 11am–3pm. Bookings must be made 72 hours in advance. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age: 16 years. Free entry for children under 4 years when accompanied by an adult. Please inform the venue of any dietary requirements at the point of booking.
- Other Info
All our vouchers are fully flexible and can be redeemed against our huge range of experiences.