Alumni discount for Old Royal Naval College


The Old Royal Naval College are offering 30% online only discount on admission to all alumni of the University of Greenwich.

The Old Royal Naval College dome at night

University of Greenwich alumni receive a 30% discount to visit the Old Royal Naval College (ORNC). The discount is available for advance online purchases on admission*. This fantastic discount reduces the entry price from £16.50 to £11.55 and is valid until 30 June 2024.

*Please note, the discount code cannot be used in person. The ticket can only be purchased online.

This offer is also eligible to be converted into an Annual Pass, which gives visitors unlimited re-entry for 12 months after their first visit, and applies to alumni and up to three guests. Full admission benefits are listed here.

About the Old Royal Naval College

The ORNC is an extraordinary destination found on the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 600 years of rich history.

A truly iconic estate situated on the riverside has a rich history. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, it has seen life as Royal Hospital and Royal Naval College.

Many historical figures have a link to the ORNC, from William Shakespeare to King Henry VIII, their walls contain a wealth of key historical moments and is a must-see for any local or tourist.

How to redeem

To redeem, email for the discount code which is used in step 6.

  1. Go to the ORNC website (
  2. Navigate to the Tickets section/tab.
  3. Select General Admission (will work for any general adult admission ticket).
  4. Select General Admission Events.
  5. Select a date and time.
  6. In the basket, enter your given code in the discount code section.
  7. Proceed with purchase as normal.

Please note: You may be asked for proof of alumni status upon redemption of your ticket, so bring with you your old student ID, alumni library card, or valid identification with a copy of this email.

If you have any questions about this offer, please contact and put ‘ORNC Alumni Discount’ in the subject line.