Tudor and Stuart Seafarers – New gallery at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

Tudor History Tours with the Tudor Society

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.

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  1. RealTudorLady /

    Looks like a very interesting and informative new museum. Thanks for the link.

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Tudor and Stuart Seafarers – New gallery at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich