At Greenwich Heritage Centre you can find out about the fascinating history of London Borough of Greenwich, from earliest times to the present day. Whether you are researching your family history or want to know more about an area, our friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable staff can help you make the most of your visit.
We are open Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm and entry is free. If you've got a question you'd like to ask us, give us a ring on + 44 (0)208 854 2452
This Eltham of Ours
On until 18 May 2013
Free- Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm.
Well Hall by Gertrude Ashworth. Watercolour, around 1920.
Our current exhibition showcases the work in watercolour, etching and drawing of Gertrude Ashworth and Daniel Warry, artists who depicted the Eltham of a century ago.
19 April to 22 June
An exhibition in the Berkeley Gallery exploring Ancient Greece through the eyes of modern students in Greenwich, Greece and Cyprus. Conceived and curated by Evangelia Tzima-Robert. Inspired by the statue of Nike given by the city of Olympia to the Royal Borough of Greenwich in 2012.
Free Internet Access
Our Search Room offers free internet access to help with study or research. Open 9am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday. Eight terminals available.
Charlton, SE7 is the home of six distinctly different parks and open spaces, each at the heart of their different neighbourhoods. This project looks at the history of each park, how they developed and stories relating their importance to local people over the past 100 years.