King opens National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
Full title reads: "KING AND QUEEN VISIT GREENWICH - in Admiral's Barge."
King George VI (former Prince Albert, Duke of York), Queen Elizabeth (former Duchess of York, later Queen Mother) and Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) arrive to Westminster pier to embark on the Admiral's barge to visit Greenwich. Royal family on a barge with several other ships around. Huge crowds of cheering people greet the barge at Greenwich. Royal family gets into car and drives to Queen's House, the house of the historic treasure of the Royal Navy. Naval troops lined up at grounds.
Royal family leaves the car and they are greeted by the First Lord of the Admiralty, Samuel Hoare. Queen Mary is also there, waiting for them. King, Queen and Princess Elizabeth inspect the troops. Queen is given a golden key to the Queen's House which she opens. Crowds around cheer.
Interior - crowded Neptune Hall where King declares the National Maritime Museum open. King Queen, Princess Elizabeth and Queen Mary are given a tour around the museum.
King, Queen Princess Elizabeth and Queen Mary leaving the building and wave to cheering crowds. They get into a car and drive off.