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The Queen's House London

Free entry into the Queen's House London

The former royal palace called “The Queens House” is located in Londons district Greenwich. In 1616, the palace was given in order and the royal use was ended in reason of the Civil War. Completed was the building in 1653. First used as a hospital for sailors, since 1807 the former palace has been school for sailors. Since 1937 the building has been used as a part of the National Maritme Museum belonging to the royal museums Greenwich and contains exhibitions of marine paintings and potraits of known maritime personalities.  

Opening Hours The Queen´s House London

daily opened: 10 am – 5 pm

The Queen´s House London is daily opened from 10 am to 5 pm.

Admission fee The Queen´s House London

Visiting the Queen´s House London is free.

Address:
Romney Road
Greenwich London
SE10 9NF


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Directions The Queen´s House London

“The Queens House” is located in Londons district Greenwich. You can take the rail or the Docklands Light Railway to get there. The nearest stations are Cutty Sark DLR, Greenwich DLR or Greenwich rail station. The oyster card which can booked addionally to the City Pass includes both means of travel. 


Highlights The Queen´s House London

  • Former royal residence
  • architectural masterpiece
  • Art through the ages

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