TThe National Maritime Museum is situated in beautiful Greenwich Park and is part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. The largest maritime museum in the world it explores 500 years of sea activity from the days of Nelson and Drake to the yachtsmen of the 21st centuries. The historic building includes 10 galleries and is located right next door to the Queens House. The free entry museum first opened in 1937 and there are over 2.5 million items in its collections, which include relics from the Titanic and Nelson’s coat he wore when killed at the Battle of Trafalgar.