Opening 11 October after a year's closure for extensive refurbishment, Queen's House is an Inigo Jones masterpiece, commissioned in 1616 for Anne of Denmark, consort to James I. But dying in 1619, she never lived to see it completed, the chief beneficiary being her daughter-in-law, Henrietta Maria, queen consort of Charles I.
Today it is a spectacular art gallery, housing works by Gainsborough, Reynolds, Turner and Hogarth in addition to its exquisite collection of maritime art.
Our tour will be led by Royal Museums Greenwich veteran, maritime historian and author Pieter van der Merwe, author of The Queen's House (2012).
We'll then go on to the new exhibition Emma Hamilton: Seduction and Celebrity. (£14 value).
The tour starts at 14:00, but we'll meet for a group lunch at the Trafalgar Tavern from 12:00, optional.