A visit to the Queen’s House is a must as part of any day out in Greenwich. Admire the classical design of the House – one of the most important buildings in English architecture. Step through the doors and find yourself in the impressive Great Hall. This perfectly proportioned cube has a striking marble floor, with a black-and-white geometric design originally laid in 1635.
See the spectacular new art commission by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright. See the Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I.
Take a selfie with the iconic, elegant Tulip Stairs, the first geometric self-supporting spiral stairs in Britain.
Pre-book a guided tour which will take you back in time to learn about the history of the House and Greenwich through the artwork on show.
The Queen’s House is part of Royal Museums Greenwich which includes the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, and the National Maritime Museum.