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Visited before with the wife and kids. This time with friends. Able to see more this time. Don’t know if that’s because more is open now or because we couldn’t get to all of it with the kids.
Fascinating ship. So many nooks and crannies...More
A surprising gem this! Just to be able to see how sailors lived who served on ships like this, and the conditions they endured, was interesting and eye-opening. It certainly couldn't have been easy and hats off to those who served in such basic conditions....More
I was really looking forward to this but came away a bit disappointed. The history of the vessel is impressive but I found myself wandering aimlessly, the audio tour was fairly good but the numbers were hard to find. I also felt that whilst some...More
You really get a feel for what is was like to be on a ship in WW2 when you have visited HMS Belfast. Nice touch with the sounds and smells when walking along the main corridor deck. It would have been nice to see more...More
There are ladders and ladders and ladders and huge steps to get in and out of some rooms. I thought the entire process was brilliant because I am able-bodied and therefore could get everywhere I needed to be. I also appreciate having an audio guide....More
There is a lot to see on this ship, and a lot of climbing up and down steep steps. The route map you are given is a bit confusing and it is not easy to follow the recommended route. Try to avoid busy times if...More
Had an all day business meeting on HMS Belfast, its a great piece of history to spend the day on. Service and food on board was really good, a little cold at time on board but staff brought in heaters to warm us up.