This 18th-century painted ceiling is Britain's largest (image © Nikhilesh Haval)
Sir Christopher Wren’s riverside masterpiece, part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, is home to a neoclassical chapel and the Painted Hall, which recently reopened following a major conservation project. Its enhanced undercroft space now includes a café, shop and Sackler gallery, while you can also see the foundations of Henry VIII's birthplace, Greenwich Palace. Tour options include guided talks, multimedia handsets and a kids' trail. Daily 10am-5pm. General admission free; Painted Hall adult £12, child free.