Blockbuster Film Tour Tickets
About Blockbuster Film Tour
Find out what makes the Old Royal Naval College “one of the most popular film locations in the world” and some trade secrets as to how it is done.
The site has nearly 100 years of filming history and this tour will not only take you outside around the iconic riverside grounds, but also inside to see the magnificent Painted Hall where so many famous scenes have been filmed and into the exquisite Chapel, the star of a fair few stunning wedding scenes.
Find out why location managers have chosen the Old Royal Naval College as the setting for some of the most memorable scenes in major film and TV productions, including The Crown, Les Miserables, Thor: The Dark World, Cruella, Bridgerton and many more.
Opening Times & Itinerary
Film Tours run Saturday and Sunday at 12:30 and 14:30 These will also run Fri & Mon until 28th August 2023, also at 15.00 and 2.30pm.
Some dates, the venue closes early and tours will not run.
Please present your confirmation email upon arrival at Visitor Centre, Cutty Sark Gardens, SE10 9LW.
Grounds Free to visit and open daily to all, the grounds are a perfect place to relax, stroll, or have a picnic, surrounded by some of the finest buildings in the world. The extensive gardens follow the mid-19th century designs of Phillip Hardwick.
Picnics If you have brought your own packed lunch or want to eat food from The Old Brewery, Painted Hall Café or Greenwich Market outdoors, why not sit on the lawn of the Old Royal Naval College and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Please help to keep the grounds tidy and throw away your litter into the designated bins.
Photography Photography on the site for personal use only is free of charge, though the use of tri-pods, lighting etc. are not allowed.
Getting Here Getting to the Old Royal Naval College is easy, whether by bus, train, Docklands Light Railway, river or coach. Located next to Greenwich Pier with regular boat services into/from London.
Perfect to pair an itinerary with: Other Greenwich locations incl. Royal Museums Greenwich (Royal Observatory/Cutty Sark/Maritime Museum/Queens House), The Fan Museum (£5pp) or Greenwich Market. River cruises depart from Greenwich Pier next door to the ORNC Visitor Centre going into central London and give access to central London & London Theatre land.
Disabled Access The Old Royal Naval College welcomes visitors with disabilities, their families, friends and carers.
The capacity of the lift from College Way into the main body of the Painted Hall is one wheelchair user and one companion OR four people standing. Lift Specification: weight limit 881lbs/400kg.
Children 16 and under go FREE