Longitude Punkd COMPETITION

Win a pair of tickets to a steampunk exhibition

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Fab steampunk exhibition Longitude Punk’d is open now at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and we’ve got a pair of tickets up for grabs.

Immerse yourself in the weird and wonderful world of Longitude Punk’d, where sci-fi collides with 18th-century innovation – an experience never tried before, in the last place you would expect to see it…

Discover specially created pieces, large and small, by steampunk luminaries including Robert Rankin, Doctor Geof, Emilly Ladybird and Major Thaddeus Tinker, as they take over the grand historic rooms of Flamsteed House and spill out into the Meridian Courtyard, exuberantly blurring the boundaries between art and science, fact and fiction.

Your ticket also includes entry to the world-famous Meridian Line plus Ships, Clocks and Stars: the Quest for Longitude at the National Maritime Museum, a landmark exhibition telling the extraordinary story of the race to determine longitude (east-west position) at sea, helping to solve the problem of navigation and saving seafarers from terrible fates including shipwreck and starvation.

One ticket, two amazing exhibitions – enjoy entry to Ships, Clocks and Stars and Longitude Punk’d for £8.50

Book now at rmg.co.uk/longitude (opens in new tab)

For your chance to win, answer the question behind this magic link (opens in new tab) .

Additional T&Cs:

  • Tickets will be valid until 23 Dec
  • Offers / giveaways will be valid on Adult tickets only
  • Exhibition opening hours are 10:00 – 17:00 with last admission at 16:30 – see website for Thursday late openings
  • Tickets are non-exchangeable, non-refundable, non-transferrable and not available for use in conjunction with any other offer

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