The National Maritime Museum (NMM) is a maritime museum in Greenwich, London. It is part of Royal Museums Greenwich, a network of museums in the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Like other publicly funded national museums in the United Kingdom, it has no general admission charge; there are admission charges for most side-gallery temporary exhibitions, usually supplemented by many loaned works from other museums.
The museum was created by the National Maritime Museum Act 1934 under a Board of Trustees, appointed by HM Treasury. It is based on the generous donations of Sir James Caird (1864–1954). King George VI formally opened the museum on 27 April 1937 when his daughter Princess Elizabeth accompanied him for the journey along the Thames from London. The first Director was Sir Geoffrey Callender.
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Amy Tunstall | Aug 1, 2018
Excellent day out. My son's really enjoyed visiting the Maritime museum. Lots of interactive things to do and things to see. Definitely would go again.
Colin Atkins | May 20, 2018
Great museum, 4 museums in fact. Great for all ages and families. Brilliant day out. Go!
Andrea Pantoja | Aug 2, 2018
Never thought I'd enjoy the naval museum, mostly cuz I don't care about ships, but it was very interesting.
chris davies | Jun 12, 2018
Great do kids & adults alike
John C | Aug 9, 2017
DO NOT BUY A PRINT FROM THE MUSEUMS COLLECTION. I purchased a print for £17.99 plus the postage and the print quality was rubbish. I expected for £17.99 a print on high quality glossy photographic paper, instead I received a low resolution poor quality print on plain paper. I am fully aware that the picture was over 100 years old but it would have been a lot better print quality on glossy photographic paper.
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