Royal Observatory Entry in Greenwich for One Adult and One Child
Delve into the intriguing mysteries of space and time with a visit to Greenwich's Royal Observatory for an adult and child. Located on a hill leading from Greenwich Park, this fascinating and popular attraction teaches the history of astronomy and navigation. The Royal Observatory was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and founded by King Charles II. Take a step onto the renowned Meridian Line and learn about the significance of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Take plenty of photos throughout the day and admire breath-taking views of London whilst exploring the home of time. This exciting day out is perfect for families, history fans and astronomy enthusiasts alike. Make memories together and learn some intriguing facts.
- Delight in entry to the Royal Observatory for one adult and one child
- Discover the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the Prime Meridian
- Availability Description
This voucher is valid for one adult and one child. Available week round, 10:30-4pm, year round. Bookings must be made 72 hours in advance. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Child entry is valid for visitors aged 4–15 years. Free entry for children under 4 years.