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See Warrior like never before this summer

5 new things to do on HMS Warrior.

Plot your course to HMS Warrior and experience 5 new things onboard Queen Victoria's favourite ship. Get your free deck plan and take a look at all the new areas onboard as you set sail on a voyage of discovery.

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Explore the legendary HMS Victory

Best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar, Lord Nelson's legendary flagship, HMS Victory is ready for you to explore as you hear stories from another time with a guided tour. See the plaque that marks the spot where Nelson fell or stand on the poop deck and admire the view from this incredible ship. 

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Mary Rose Museum

Bust the Myth at Mary Rose!

Despite many thinking other otherwise, Mary Rose didn’t sink on her maiden voyage but was a crucial part of King Henry VIII’s navy for 34 years before she sank in 1545. Come and visit Henry’s favourite ship and examine some of the 19,000 Tudor artefacts that lay on the sea bed for over 400 years!

The Story of a Shipwreck

HMS Invincible was the Royal Navy’s very first Invincible. She was built by the French in 1744, captured by the British in 1747, and became the blueprint for all Royal Navy 74-gunships. She sank in 1758 after only 14 years of use. What makes this ship so special?

Diving Deep (HMS Invincible) Exhibition
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Enjoy must-see moments together 

Immerse yourself in Royal Navy history as you visit incredible museums and legendary ships.  

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