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  1. The story. of Greenwich. starts here. Welcome to the Old Royal Naval College, an extraordinary cultural destination in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore What's Here.

  2. Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Coordinates: 51°28′56″N 0°00′24″W. The Royal Naval College, Greenwich, was a Royal Navy training establishment between 1873 and 1998, providing courses for naval officers. It was the home of the Royal Navy's staff college, which provided advanced training for officers.

  3. The Old Royal Naval College are buildings that serve as the architectural centrepiece of Maritime Greenwich, [1] a World Heritage Site in Greenwich, London, described by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation ( UNESCO) as being of "outstanding universal value" and reckoned to be the "finest and most dramatically sit...

  4. Discover Greenwich. Explore Greenwichs fascinating history through captivating artifacts and interactive exhibits in our newly renovated museum space that delves into 2,000 years of history connected to this remarkable location. Adults: £3; Children age 16 and under: Free (up to 4 children with a paying adult)

  5. Il complesso del Royal Naval College visto dal Tamigi. Si scorgono anche la Queen's House, al centro, e l' Osservatorio reale. Il Royal Naval College di Greenwich è stato dal 1873 al 1998 un istituto d’istruzione militare di primo piano della Royal Navy.

  6. The Old Royal Naval Colleges iconic riverside estate boasts 600 years of rich history linking an incredible cast of monarchs and famous British figures including King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I, William and Mary, Lord Nelson and William Shakespeare.

  7. Explore Sir Christopher Wren’s iconic architecture at the Old Royal Naval College, the centrepiece in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage site. The iconic riverside estate boasts 500 years of rich history, transitioning from a royal hospital and college through to Henry VIII’s birthplace to Lord Nelson’s lying in ...