Visit to Maritime Museum: Pepys Exhibition

When: Sunday 21st February, 2pm
Where: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich (map), meeting at the main ticket desk.
Ticket Prices: £12 adults | £6 children | £10 concessions | £31.50 family

PLEASE NOTE: we are not organising group tickets for this visit, please purchase your own tickets!

Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution exhibition

urlDelve into the turbulent history of Stuart London with famous diarist Samuel Pepys as your guide in the National Maritime Museum’s current major exhibition.

Samuel Pepys was one of the most colourful and appealing characters of the 17th century, and witness to the great events that shaped Stuart Britain, brilliantly brought to life in his famous diary. He lived through a time of turmoil which saw kings fighting for their crowns, the devastation of medieval London by plague, fire and war, and its resurrection as a world city.

The exhibition features 200 paintings and objects from museums, galleries and private collections across Britain and beyond.

To find out more, and see a preview video, please go here.