The National Maritime Museum, in Greenwich, London, has just let us know about their brand new gallery, 'Tudor & Stuart Seafarers'. The museum says of the gallery:
"It includes sections covering a range of different subjects, from the voyages of John Cabot to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, and features many fascinating Tudor & Stuart objects, from early maps of the Americas to the coconut cup given to Sir Francis Drake by Elizabeth I. The gallery also has numerous audio-visual and interactive features, including a dockyard model brought to life by the Pepper's Ghost technique. It is a permanent gallery and so is free to visit."
It is open 10am-5pm daily.
You can find out more at https://www.rmg.co.uk/see-do/we-recommend/attractions/tudor-and-stuart-seafarers.
Looks like a very interesting and informative new museum. Thanks for the link.