Royal Museums Greenwich welcomes groups back

view beneath the Cutty Sark in dry dock

The Cutty Sark

Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) has recently announced that it is ready to welcome groups back through its doors. Groups of up to 30 can now visit both the Royal Observatory and famous tea clipper Cutty Sark.

This follows the successful reopening in late summer of Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, and the Queen’s House to individuals and families. The National Maritime Museum has not yet re-opened to the public, but will do so from 7th September.

To mark the occasion, groups can now benefit from one free place for every 15 paying guests, in addition to the 15% discount on entry for parties of 15 or more.

A number of restrictions remain in place to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. All groups must be booked in advance to ensure that visits are spread throughout the day to maintain social distancing, and a one-way system is in place. Protective screens have been installed at ticketing and retail points, and sanitiser stations are also available throughout the sites. Guided tours at Royal Museums Greenwich remain suspended until 1st November 2020.

For more information, visit rmg.co.uk/welcomeback.

For ideas to inspire your next group visit to Greenwich, please visit rmg.co.uk/trade.

 

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