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Ramsgate Maritime Museum

The Ramsgate Maritime Museum offers a window into Ramsgate’s maritime past, highlighting the town’s pivotal role as a bustling coastal hub.
Price £2.50

Deal Timeball

Built in the mid-19th century, the Deal Timeball served as an important navigational aid for mariners, and it is a significant reminder of Deal’s maritime heritage.
Price £3

The Matthew of Bristol

Now closed
The Matthew of Bristol is a seaworthy replica of the caravel that John Cabot sailed in 1497 when he discovered Newfoundland.

U-boat Story (U-534)

Rated 5 out of 5
U-boat Story is a small maritime museum in Birkenhead, across the River Mersey from central Liverpool, that is dedicated to a German wartime submarine. The museum features U-534, which is one of only four Second World War German U-boats on display anywhere in the world.
15 Price £8

Shipwreck Museum

Now closed
The Shipwreck Museum in Hastings’ Old Town has displays about ships wrecked in the English Channel.

Hull Maritime Museum

Now closed
Hull Maritime Museum features a collection of paintings, models and artefacts relating to the city’s maritime history.

National Maritime Museum Cornwall

Now closed
The excellent National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth has a range of nautically themed exhibits that cover boatbuilding, yacht racing, navigation and Cornwall’s fascinating maritime heritage. Visitors to the museum can watch boat builders restore boats, sail a radio-controlled yacht and take in panoramic views from the tower.
Price £13.50

Royal Navy Submarine Museum

Now closed
A visit to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport gives you the opportunity to go inside a Royal Navy submarine, the HMS Alliance. The museum’s collection features four submarines and one submersible survey vessel as well as over 4000 artefacts.
From £34 To £49

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Now closed
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is a major maritime museum complex that includes several historic ships including Henry VIII's Mary Rose, Admiral Nelson's HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. The complex is also home to several museums with exhibits about the Dockyard's ships and the history of the Royal Navy. 
From £34 To £49

National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool

Now closed
The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool, formerly Hartlepool’s Maritime Experience and before that Hartlepool Historic Quay, has been restored to recreate the 18th-century seaport. It features Britain’s oldest floating warship, HMS Trincomalee as well as the restored paddle steamer, PSS Wingfield Castle. The Museum of Hartlepool is also on the site and it has displays on local history from prehistoric times to the present day.
Price £10

National Maritime Museum

Now closed
The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is the world’s largest maritime museum. It is home to a large collection of exhibits on maritime history including displays on naval history, pirates, maritime exploration and shipping and its role in world trade.

HMS Belfast

10.00 am - 6.00 pm
HMS Belfast is a Town-class light cruiser built in Belfast and launched on St Patrick’s Day 1938, shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War.
Price £24.50

Golden Hinde

Now closed
The Golden Hinde was the galleon, originally called the Pelican, which Sir Francis Drake used to circumnavigate the globe between 1577 and 1580 and a full-size replica is docked in St Mary Overie Dock in Bankside and is now operates as a museum ship.
Price £6

Cutty Sark

Now closed
Launched in 1869, the Cutty Sark was one of the fastest tea clippers of her day and is now the world’s last remaining tea clipper. The Cutty Sark suffered from a major fire on 21 May 2007 and closed for renovations before re-opening to visitors several years later.
Price £18

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