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Greenwich Heritage Centre

Museums Borough of Greenwich Free

Time Out says

Greenwich Heritage Centre combines the former borough museum and local history library. Permanent exhibitions include a history of the Royal Arsenal and Woolwich Dockyard from Tudor times to the present, while the Greenwich Millenium Embroideries were stitched by 40 local women and depict the history of the area and its inhabitants, from the Celts to the twentieth century. Greenwich Heritage Centre holds many documents which faciliate family history research. A children's Saturday Club and the Greenwich '48 Club for senior citizens are among the ways visitors can get involved with the centre.

Greenwich Heritage Centre says
Greenwich Heritage Centre is housed in the old ordnance factory and store at the historic Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. The museum tells stories about the Royal Borough through our collection of paintings, prints, drawings, maps, photographs, and some truly weird and wonderful objects.



Address: Artillery Square
Royal Arsenal
SE18 4DX
Transport: Rail: Woolwich Arsenal
Opening hours: 9am-5pm Tue-Sat
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