British Sign Language Painted Hall Tour

Event Details

Discover the UK’s Sistine Chapel: the Painted Hall at Greenwich’s Old Royal Naval College, an epic 18th-century masterpiece has now reopened following an £8.5 million makeover. Painted between 1707 and 1726, the Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College is Britain’s largest painted ceiling and hides many surprises.

Take a 1-hour long tour delivered in British Sign Language by Deaf Guide John Wilson, with voiceover interpretation provided by Stephen Hudson.

Please meet at the Welcome Desk of the Painted Hall, in the Undercroft on College Way, at 10.45.

Event Organiser/Organisation
Old Royal Naval College
Start Date/Time
07 Dec 2019 at 11:00
End Date/Time
07 Dec 2019 at 12:00
Venue Address
Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NN SE10 9LW
Event Website
https://www.ornc.org/Event/britishsignlanguagepaintedhalltour#YXZtzuqOS62Bj1se.97
Booking Instructions
Follow this link to book your ticket: https://ornc.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/23647?catID=23080 Ticket options: Adult (disabled access) (+12 month entry to the Painted Hall) BSL £12.00, £11.00 (SAVE UP TO £1.00 ONLINE) The ticket gives you a year’s access to the Painted Hall. If you are a previous booker, for free entry for this event enter your code at the check out point. Adult (wheelchair access) (+12 month entry to the Painted Hall) BSL £12.00, £11.00 (SAVE UP TO £1.00 ONLINE) Please note due to safety restrictions there are only 2 wheelchair user tickets. This ticket gives you a year’s access to the Painted Hall. If you are a previous booker, for free entry for this event enter your code at the check out point. Access Companion (+12 month entry to the Painted Hall) BSL Free Disabled visitors are welcome to bring a companion at no extra charge. Proof of eligibility may be required. The ticket gives you a year’s access to the Painted Hall. If you require any other support please contact us: access@ornc.org, 020 8269 4799

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