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The National maritime museum is located in Greenwich park near River Thames. The beautifully designed building is very accessible. It’s proximate to the iconic Queen’s house and Royal observatory offering for you multi choices of cultural activities.
Astonishing marine works, valuable films and photographs, priceless collections of marine instruments, unique decorative art and memorabilia, will blow your mind.
The delightful museum is filled with exciting underwater story explorations. It includes unique 17th century ship plans and fascinating models of boats. You have the chance to discover the British maritime history in the archive of royal maritime trades, explore the navy national hero Nelson achievements and take a close look at his last battle coat.
The National maritime museum spans centuries of history. It holds the largest maritime library packed with thousands of inestimable books and researches. The children gallery is lovely with children books about maritime life, legendary figures, boat construction and a lot to discover.