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HMS Belfast

Open Now: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Open today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
HMS Belfast Entry Ticket
from US$20.67*
HMS Belfast Entry Ticket
from US$20.67*
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Launched in 1938, this cruiser served in World War II, playing a major role in the sinking of the German battle ship "Scharnhorst" in the Normandy landings.
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Tooley Street, London SE1 2JH, England
London Bridge
+44 20 7940 6300
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This ship served during WWII with distinction. It is a neat shop that I was not planning on visiting, but since I had the London Pass and was ahead of schedule when I went by it, I decided to pop in. You are given an...More

Thank jehenson81
Reviewed 2 days ago

This Town-class light cruiser was built for the Royal Navy. This historical military ship is now used as a museum, and there are many sections to be seen like engine room, crews quarters, cells, medical room, kitchens, gun area and many more. Steep stairs, so...More

Thank ranjanapathak
Reviewed 1 week ago

Despite our previous numerous chances to visit diverse range of ships (just to mention remarkable Tallin's Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour with its Lembit or Gdynia's Dar Pomorza & Blyskawica), we enjoyed HMS Belfast. In fact, my son did not want to leave. Let it speak for...More

Thank sir_meeshoo
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited around 11 on a summer Sunday morning & straight away off to a winner as no queue to speak of. Once on board, some interesting stuff on the outside ( the big guns & such ), a trip up to the bridge & sit...More

1  Thank sean r
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was the 2nd visit in as many months. The kids loved it and we found that we had missed quite a lot of it the first time round. We kept bumping into a very friendly and helpful security guard who pointed us in the...More

Thank justin S
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been wanting to visit for a while but never got round to it. Finally last week I decided to go during an unplanned visit to London. Er indoors was not too keen but agreed to accompany me. We arrived not long after opening...More

1  Thank PETER R
Reviewed 1 week ago

So close to the Tower Bridge, the visit allows a quick discovery of the sailors life during the WW II. It is a real museum on board, and the best part is that you can really feel and see how the life of those people...More

1  Thank ToujoursLaRoute
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We paid and walked gangway onboard. You get an audio guide and can wander around at your own pace. You can follow the arrows and press the appropriate number to get the story about each area as you go. The history is just amazing and...More

Thank chrissieb94
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I understand that the money goes towards maintaining & restoration etc but £17 per person entry felt expensive. Obviously lots of steep steps too between decks!! Glad I did it but I think a tenner would’ve been an acceptable charge. I won’t go back.

Thank VicScot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a fantastic time exploring the HMS Belfast with our 2 boys, 8 & 10 years. Easily spent 2 hours navigating the 9 levels of the ship. Kids get a certificate for spelling their name in Morse code, which was a nice touch. Manned...More

2  Thank HeatherR2830
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21 August 2018|
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Response from Tim S | Reviewed this property |
Crutches. There are some areas you may struggle with. Even with crutches. But it’s a great day out still.
Lucy R
22 October 2016|
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Response from DrPeterDRobinson | Reviewed this property |
No, tickets are not timed and it is usually reasonably quiet to visit.
Jennifer D
20 September 2016|
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Response from Carlotron | Reviewed this property |
Bueno puedes acceder con el beb, pero ya sabes que los barcos de aquella epoca sus pasillos son algo estrechos e incomodos.
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