HMS Belfast - Best Price Tickets

HMS Belfast - Best Price Tickets

Get ready for a historical day out in London on board the HMS Belfast

Is your family looking for a swashbuckling adventure? Then hop aboard the HMS Belfast in London! This iconic warship, which was built in 1938 and served in World War II, is now a floating museum that allows visitors to step back in time and experience what life was like at sea.

From the moment you step on board, you'll feel like a member of the crew. You can explore the ship from bow to stern, from the crew quarters to the captain's cabin.

Looking for things to do in London? The HMS Belfast is perfect to get your fix of history and adventure

One of the highlights of the HMS Belfast is the interactive exhibitions that bring the ship's history to life. You can experience what it was like to be in the engine room during a battle or practice your Morse code skills in the communications room.

If you're a history buff, you'll love learning about the HMS Belfast's role in some of the most important events of the 20th century. From the Arctic convoys to the D-Day landings, this ship has seen it all. And if you're a fan of naval history, you'll adore exploring the intricate details of the ship's design and construction.

The HMS Belfast makes a fun day out for all types of visitors, get your tickets to the London ship and museum today

The HMS Belfast is a fantastic day out for all ages. Kids will love the chance to play sailor for a day, while adults will appreciate the fascinating insight into life at sea during wartime. So grab your life jacket and set sail for the HMS Belfast - it's a nautical adventure you won't forget!

Book your tickets today and happy sailing!

The Queen's Walk,
London SE1 2JH SE12JH
  • Toilets 
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Unfortunately, the nature of the ship makes access to some of the areas below decks impossible for wheelchair users, prams, pushchairs and strollers and unsuitable for persons with restricted mobility. However, modifications have been made to the Main Deck, the Quarterdeck, Boat Deck and The Café to make them accessible to wheelchair users, and parents with prams, pushchairs, and strollers. The Main Deck includes The Laundry, The Ship's Chapel, The Bakery, Galley and associated prep areas, Petty Officers' Mess, Sick Bay, Arctic Mess Decks and Dental Surgery.
  • Registered assistance dogs are welcome on the Quarter Deck, Boat Deck, Main Deck, and The Café, however, the nature of the ship will make access to some of the areas below deck extremely difficult. Water bowls can be provided at the café on the Boat  Deck. 

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