Visit London’s famous Royal Observatory in Greenwich to discover the history of space and time. Here, you can actually stand on the prime meridian line, a spot from where all the world’s time zones are measured.

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What are the highlights of the Royal Observatory of Greenwich?

  • Stand astride two hemispheres on the meridian line, the origin of Greenwich Mean Time.
  • Admire beautiful Flamsteed House, London’s original observatory, designed by Christopher Wren for King Charles II in 1675.
  • See world-famous historic equipment that shaped our understanding of space and time, including restored Harrison clocks and telescopes.
  • Touch a 4.5 billion year old meteorite at London’s only planetarium, where you can learn more about how the universe was formed.
  • Get stunning views across London from the Observatory in Greenwich Royal Park.

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