Blog Posts - National Maritime Museum



Take a trip into space at London's National Maritime Museum!

Our famous astronaut Tim Peake may be back from space now, but you can take a trip there anytime at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.  Their exhibition Above and Beyond has lots of fun interactivity and is definitely one...

From the Tampa to Strictly Ballroom

I'll write a few posts about some of the paintings on display at my exhibition of Pyrmont paintings in the members lounge of theAustralian National Maritime Museum.The first two paintings on the left hand wall of the room as you enter, were both pain...
by Industrial Revelation on Mar 22, 2014

Pyrmont paintings past and present- My Exhibition in the Australian National Maritime Museum

Yesterday, today and tomorrow in Pyrmont.I've been invited to exhibit a selection of 15 of my Pyrmont paintings in the members' lounge of the Australian National Maritime Museum. This exhibition will still be on display throughout the annual Pyrmont...
by Industrial Revelation on Mar 18, 2014

March in Amsterdam

Cirque du Soleil Kooza: The famous Cirque du Soleil Kooza will be in Amsterdam from the 13th of March until the 27th of April. Kooza tells the story of The Innocent, a melancholy loner who is looking for his place in the world. Doing so, he meets a l...
by Habitat Apartments on Feb 20, 2014

Greenwich, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Arsenal Stadium, Chelsea FC, Wembly Arena Day Trip Experience

Today will be a happy day for me because I was able to travel a lot of place and achieved the schedule that I had previously planned. Early in the morning, I bought the day trip travel pass for £8.90 as I was planning to fully utilize it as shown be...
by A Growing Teenager Diary on Dec 8, 2013

All at sea in London with Nelson and Turner!

There are many reasons to visit Greenwich - the Cutty Sark, the world's meridian, the painted hall, the Queen's House and the permanent collections at the National Maritime Museum are a few of them. Now there are 2 more great reasons as the National...

Artist in Residence on the tall ship James Craig Part 1- Sailing to Garden Island

I packed before dawn so that I could hitch a ride with Sydney Heritage Fleet's Tall Ship James Craig on its way from its usual berth at Wharf 7, Pyrmont to the dry dock at Garden Island.My small gouache study of the Sydney Heritage Fleet's tug '...
by Industrial Revelation on Jun 5, 2013

Travelling Guide To Royal Museum Greenwich

Riverside Greenwich has to be one of London’s most enchanting pots. It’s officially a World Heritage Site, home to greenwich meantime and meridian line. Discover Britain’s seafaring past at the National Maritime Museum, explore the wo...
by tourism journal on Feb 6, 2013

Top 10 Family Days Out in Cornwall

    There’s no doubting that Cornwall is a lovely place to take the kids on holiday come summertime. But, the challenge is always finding how to keep the family busy once you’re there! To help we’ve come up with a list of 10 excellent...
by Larger Family Life on Feb 4, 2013

Trip To The Cutty Sark

Yesterday we visited the National Maritime Museum and Cutty Sark in Greenwich. Our course director organised a presentation, presented by the event managers at the museum. It was really cool to see what what kind of events they put on.
by Dayana Nikolova on Nov 20, 2012

Enjoying autumn in London - great exhibitions

Enjoying autumn in London is not just about the beautiful colours in the parks and views along the river Thames but also about the blockbuster exhibitions.  London is famous the world over for its museums and galleries and they host some amazing...

Internet Dating Etiquette For Men

TokyoInternet: www.meijijingu.or.jp MAKE YOUR TRIP START AT HOME | WWW. Dating back 2.000 years, Sumo is Japan s national sport and etiquette. Sticking your chopsticks into your rice vertically is a funerary custom! … Doc Retrieval PERSONA...
by On Line Dating on Jul 10, 2012

Get on board the Cutty Sark tea clipper in Greenwich

The British love tea. So do the Chinese. That much that they started the First Opium War. But we love both tea and ships; big famous ships that carry with them tones of history. The last surviving tea clipper, Cutty Sark, which was the fastest and gr...

Get on board the Cutty Sark tea clipper in Greenwich

The British love tea. So do the Chinese. That much that they started the First Opium War. But we love both tea and ships; big famous ships that carry with them tones of history. The last surviving tea clipper, Cutty Sark, which was the fastest and gr...

Cutty Sark reopens and joins the London list of 'must see'

Greenwich is a great place to visit and it has just got a whole lot better!  The beautiful Cutty Sark sailing ship has been reopened and is a new landmark for the area. To offer even more, The National Maritime Museum has added to their already...

VIDEO Camellia and the Poppy from The Steampunk Opium Wars

Anna Chen sings The Camellia and the Poppy, the opening song of The Steampunk Opium Wars. Filmed at the National Maritime Museum on Thursday 16th February 2012. With Charles Shaar Murray on guitar and Marc Jefferies on bass guitar. Camera: Jeff Willi...
by Madam Miaow Says on Mar 2, 2012

London, The Royal Travel Guide

London may be the capital of England, and it has something to provide everybody – regal stately houses, tranquil eco-friendly parks along with a zoo, engrossing museums and galleries and busy shopping centers with the major stores, specialist s...
by Online Travel Magazines on Feb 28, 2012

VIDEO Anna Chen sings at The Steampunk Opium Wars

I'm keeping them coming. Here's another video from the show at the National Maritime Museum on the 16th February, this time of me singing Anna May Wong Must Die! at The Steampunk Opium Wars. With Charles Shaar Murray on Guitar and Marc Jefferies on b...
by Madam Miaow Says on Feb 26, 2012

The Hackney Tea Ceremony: Gary Lammin at The Steampunk Opium Wars

Gary Lammin is Master of Ceremonies in The Hackney Tea Ceremony, part of The Steampunk Opium Wars debut at the National Maritime Museum on 16th February 2012. With legendary radical theatre impressario Neil Hornick as Captain Ironside. Written by Ann...
by Madam Miaow Says on Feb 24, 2012

Steampunk Opium Wars VIDEO: Deborah Evans-Stickland sings "Money"

The Steampunk Opium Wars. So what's it all about? Deborah Evans-Stickland as Britannia sings her Flying Lizards hit, "Money" (That's what I want).Rule Britannia played by Charles Shaar Murray.The Narrator: Anna ChenCamera: Jeff WillisPictures here.FA...
by Madam Miaow Says on Feb 20, 2012


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