The Royal Observatory Greenwich stands as one of the world's most important scientific sites. It houses British astronomy, Greenwich Meantime, and the Prime Meridian of the world. Founded in 1675 by Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, this museum offers a variety of intimate and experiential event spaces. The Peter Harrison Planetarium and Great Equatorial Telescope are modern, versatile venues and London's only Planetarium. An astronomer leads an engaging planetarium show, offering an immersive experience for event attendees. The night sky can be explored from any place in the world, at any point in history, or simply enjoyed in the present moment. The state-of-the-art projector is also available for event presentations.