Image credit: © Green Snakes by Filip Hrebenda


Image Credit: © Green Snakes by Filip Hrebenda

Glittering stars, shimmering galaxies, fiery suns and silver moons – wherever you are in the universe, don't miss Astronomy Photographer of the Year 15.

Astronomy Photographer of the Year is an annual competition featuring the world’s greatest space photography. Photographers from across the globe compete to take home the prestigious title.

In the fifteenth year of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, there were over 4,000 entries from passionate amateur and dedicated professional photographers, submitted from 64 countries across the globe. The winning and shortlisted images are displayed in an exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, including awe-inspiring scenes of the Milky Way, vibrant star trails racing across the night sky, and amazing auroral activity. Astronomy Photographer of the Year is organised by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, supported by Liberty Specialty Markets and in association with BBC Sky at Night Magazine.

Now it's your chance to see their spellbinding work.

Over 100 photographs are on show in a special exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, displayed at their best on brilliant lightbox displays.

Visit Astronomy Photographer of the Year, and see the world's greatest space photography.

* Suitable for all ages.

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Adult (Ages 25+) - includes Seniors and Disabled Visitors£10.00 per ticket
Adult Wheelchair User£10.00 per ticket
Car Park Permit (located on Park Row SE10 9NG)£10.00 per ticket
Child (Ages 4-15) - includes disabled children£5.00 per ticket
Child Under 4 to be registered with a paying adultFree
Child Wheelchair User£5.00 per ticket
Companion (Accompanying visitor with disability)Free
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Young Person / Student (Ages 16-24 with valid ID)£6.50 per ticket
Young Person / Student Wheelchair User£6.50 per ticket

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      Astronomy Photographer of the Year 15


      National Maritime Museum, Photography Gallery, Romney Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF

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      Opening Times

      Exhibition (16 Sept 2023 - 7 Aug 2024)
      Monday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00
      Bank Holiday10:00 - 17:00


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