National Maritime Museum (London) Reviews
Description:The National Maritime Museum (NMM) in England is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom, and one of the most ... more
Newest Review: ... Light Railway) which is easily accessible from various tube stops and get off at the Cutty Sark stop. This probably takes about 20 minutes from Central London, so not very long. Once you get off the train there are very good signposts pointing you in various directions and the National Maritime Museum is prominently written on the signs to help you get there. It's a short walk from the train ... more
Customer National Maritime Museum (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/10/08 (Very useful, 199 readings)
Last week on my way to a concert at the 02 arena we decided to spend the afternoon in Greenwich and look around some of the museums there. We ended up at eh National Maritime Museum and I'm really glad we did. The National Maritime Museum is the leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom and may possibly be the largest museum of its kind in the world. According to the leaflet guide you get when you enter the museum, the museum, "explores the continuing effects of the oceans on the world today by detailing stories of discovery and endeavour from Britain's seafaring past." The great thing about this museum is that it's in such a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/05 (Useful, 97 readings)
One of the main drawbacks of the museum is that there is very little of interest to see here. Unlike the science museum or natural history, there is very little to hold your interest for very long. I normally like to take a while to wander around museums, somewhere like the British museum can take up at least half a day to walk round with plenty to see. The Greenwich maritime museum however can be viewed in about half an hour. Aside from the great mock up of the interior of a Cunard line ship there was not much more to see. I was led to belive that there was a section there featuring some of the Titanic relics, don't be fooled though. The nearest to that is a ships Read the complete review
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