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One for military and naval buffs and those who want to see the "big toys". The audio tour will bring you on the self guided tour. This is not suitable for anyone with a mobility difficulty as there are very steep stairs between decks. It...More
My friend and I really enjoyed this tour. The audio tour is included with the ticket and the tour goes into the bowels of the engine room up to the admiral’s deck. It is cheaper if you book in advance on the website and the...More
Radar room to engine room access to a storied WWII British warship. Well documented displays but the main attraction is the ship itself, and its rooms and machinery.
Some of the gangways and decks are tricky to walk.
I am not a massive ship fan but had said I would treat my husband to a tour of HMS Belfast when we were in London next.
It was very enjoyable afternoon. Minimal time queuing, with a guy at the queue answering questions and giving...More
This is an excellent way to learn about the life of a sailor in the 1940s and 1950s on a British battleship There is a very good audio guide that explains the various parts of the ship as you make your way around. The ladders...More
HMS Belfast is one of the attractions in the center of London that it's definitely worth the entrance for sure. You should add this to your list when in London even if you are not that much into history. The shape of HMS Belfast is...More
Really really good.Remember to get the most out of this place you do need to allow plenty of time so probably 2-3 hours or more.Do try the Gun Turret experience ( no extra cost) as it really gives an idea of what it was like...More
Loved our self-guided tour around the HMS Belfast, there are so many areas of the ship to explore, we easily spent 3 hours here diving up and down all the narrow steep staircases/ladders.
A truly unique and immersive experience and we were lucky enough to...More