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Took my grandchildren to HMS Belfast and they loved it. It’s a good half day tour if you take your time and use the free audio tour device. Lots of ships ladders to climb and some areas are difficult to access (e.g. the boiler room)...More
Great place to visit for a couple of hours we all found it very interested. I would advice to all get a free audio code which can be enable to family mode as this kept everyone informed as we walk round. Great value and great...More
From J Boy of Derby
Great place to visit, spent 4 hours here, such a lot to see,from the control room to the boiler room, from the chapel to the
galley, from the sleeping quarters to the quarter deck it really is a most interesting...More
Visited recently HMS Belfast it is a very interesting place however the audio and signage is poor it’s a shame because you can miss things easily up and different decks etc
If can put up signs and audio stops with a set route around the...More
Though I am not a veteran, I admire what millions of vets did to help preserve and defend freedom. This is a great shrine to them.
It was fascinating to see how little space the sailers who were not officers had - and that they...More
This is a great place for anyone to visit, so long as you are able bodied, due to the ladders. The ship is just as it was when in service...except cleaner! There is so much to see and explore about the Royal Navy. the staff...More
Another one ticked off my list. As an ex matelot from the 70s fascinating to see how some things had changed and some hadn't. Good job non of my ships did I have to sling my mick. A thoroughly enjoyable tour.
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
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
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