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The Role of the Trust

Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust is a registered charity, formed in 2014 to look after key structures, objects and historic records within the Royal Borough of Greenwich

  • Charlton House
  • Memorials across the royal borough
  • Charlton House
  • Museum Collection & Archive
  • Summer House

We care for important historic buildings such as Charlton House & Gardens, Charlton Assembly Room, Tudor Barn, the Museum Collections & Archive of the Royal Greenwich, as well as memorials across the borough.

Our aim is to ensure the future of the Royal Borough’s rich heritage whilst bringing that heritage to life for everyone, through exhibitions, tours, walks and activities.

The aims of the trust are:

Learning · To help people learn and find out about the history and heritage of our borough

Access · To promote the use of the buildings, grounds and collections in our care

Conservation · To care for our heritage buildings for the benefit of the public and future generations

A whole lotta history!

Contact us

All Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust sites are temporarily closed to visitors following guidance from the UK Government to stay at home and minimise social contact. For any urgent enquiries during this time please click enquire. Please be advised that we are operating on a limited team who are working from home between the hours of 9am and 5pm.