Fantastic representation of what life on a naval cruise ship must have been like. Highly recommend it.
About HMS Belfast
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Probably been to London 30 times, and finally I made time to see the HMS Belfast. Very interesting to visit this proud WW2 warship and get a feel on how everyday life onboard was 75 years ago.
Had a blast with the kids, there are a total of 9 decks accessible, including engine/boiler room, kitchen, sick bay, etc you can see everything very cool, lots of stairs so not for people with limited mobility or very dmall kids
A fascinating and humbling insight into life onboard a ship of this nature. It has to be said the installations and models etc are very dated and it could do with a revamp as well as a more interactive/modern number of features. It has to...More
I first visited her when I was ten. I had never been anywhere so much fun with school, so it had a lot to live up to more than 40 years later. Anticipation was running riot. I finally stepped aboard after all those years to...More
We loved this attraction. My son was in every nook and cranny exploring. My daughter loved the free handset guide that really brought the ship to life for her. There was so much to see and do we left raving about how amazing it was...More
The exhibit is very interesting for all ages and provides much historical information. It was not very crowded as opposed to other tourist attractions which made it easier to see everything inside. There are interactive aspects suitable for younger children and older children + adults...More
Well worth a visit. The ship has a route to follow which gives an insight into life onboard. It was even possible to visit the engine rooms, can't imagine how hot and claustrophobic they must have been, interesting for me just passing through. There was...More