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The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

9 Pics.  Admission to The National Maritime Museum at Greenwich is free and non-commercial photography does not require a license.  There are many other attractions (mostly free) at Greenwich. Please click here for more and for travel information.

The Top Floor Gallery

Lion Figurehead - Maritime Museum.

Swords - Maritime Museum.

Lord Nelson - Maritime Museum.

Horatio Nelson. The painting was commissioned by a friend in Nelson’s younger days

The First Floor Mezzanine

Stained Glass - Maritime Museum.

Detailed Stained Glass - Maritime Museum.

The Ground Floor

Gold Barge - Maritime Museum.

Prow of Gold Barge - Maritime Museum.


I do like the little dog.  He looks like a fiercely loyal friend, or a headbanger.  😛

The First Floor

There isn’t a lot on the first floor but it does provide an elevated view of  ground floor exhibits.

Statues - Maritime Museum

It was him.                                       No, it was him with the sword.   How dare you sir. I will draw my sword and cut off your nose.

No, it was me with the smug expression, and I’ve got a scroll.  😛

16 responses

  1. My dad went to Uni at Greenwich. Once he took us there to look at a road he’d helped construct after he qualified as a civil engineer. Then we went to see the Thames Barrier. We completely bypassed the maritime museum.

    Since then, I’ve taken my kids on a boat trip. I have no plans to live in London again but if I did Greenwich would be one of the places that would tempt me.


    July 18, 2014 at 19:29

    • Definitely a better part of London. The only thing that puts me of, are all these people wandering around with cameras. 😛


      July 18, 2014 at 20:57

  2. More fabulous shots.


    July 21, 2014 at 19:58

    • I know it’s getting tedious. Next, a cat on a chair. 😛


      July 22, 2014 at 00:29

  3. That stained glass is remarkable!


    August 13, 2014 at 00:21

    • Quite so. I always get a pleasure from the patient efforts of artisans.


      August 13, 2014 at 06:23

  4. It’s only a flesh wound! Come back here and I’ll bite off your leg.
    On a side note, that glass is lovely!


    August 15, 2014 at 04:11

    • LOL. I think you nicht that (although some say Ni).

      Nevertheless, thank you for the offer of molesting my legs. Fortunately I have found a more enjoyable means of becoming legless. 😛


      August 15, 2014 at 07:48

      • Well now I’m stumped. Can you lend me a crutch and explain how you’ve enjoyed losing your legs?


        August 15, 2014 at 16:10

        • Welsh thash a very intreshting qweshun. Ish nosh so mush looshing em as temprarily mishlaying any shense ov aving any. Hic. For besht effect lubr lubr lubr dwink from nysh lookin botlsh. I ope eye’ve mayd myshelf cleer. Bysh Bysh.



          August 15, 2014 at 16:56

  5. Stained/dirty glass 😉 You have led me to a magnificent example of stained glass here! W.O.W.!!!!


    May 26, 2017 at 19:12

    • Glad you enjoyed. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      May 26, 2017 at 22:39

      • I always do! My visits here open up whole new worlds. That’s the power of them. It’s like I travel to these places you show to me every time 🙂


        May 27, 2017 at 18:22

        • Excellent. I’ll be a little busy for a while but you can be sure of more to come later. 🙂

          Liked by 1 person

          May 28, 2017 at 06:11

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