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Thursday, 27th SeptemberExclusive visit to Queen’s House, Greenwich with art lecturer Paul PickeringThe Queen’s House, Greenwich
Venue: The Queen’s House, Romney Rd, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF (street map)
Date: Thursday 27th September
Time: 11.00 am to 1.00 pm
Tickets: BSS member £10 / Non Member £15
*Only 15 tickets available.
*Please note that this visit does not include tea or coffee. Attendees are welcome to wander through Greenwich after the visit
The Queen’s House in Greenwich is a former royal residence built between 1615 and 1632 in Greenwich. It is one of the most interesting buildings in the country. It is important architecturally, and it is famous for its former occupants and its art collection. The Queen’s House even has its own ghost – if legend is to be believed.
Read more at http://www.rmg.co.uk/queens-house/history#OG0ZHYmFLSw7tPQb.99
How to get there:
Enjoy your trip to Greenwich by rail or river, it takes no time at all. We’re just 8 minutes from central London by rail, 20 minutes by DLR, or make the journey part of the fun and arrive by boat.
For Greenwich town centre, the nearest stations are:
- Cutty Sark DLR
- Greenwich rail station and Maze Hill rail station
- Greenwich Pier
Oyster cards can be used at all local stations and on buses. All our museums are within easy walking distance of each other, and only a short walk from the stations, within historic Greenwich and Royal Greenwich Park.