The National Museum of the Royal Navy tells the amazing story of the men, women and ships of the Royal Navy and our attractions offer a varied and unique range of days out for group visitors.
Visit our ships; Admiral Lord Nelson’s world famous flagship HMS Victory at Portsmouth, HMS Alliance, Britain’s only surviving WW2 era at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport and HMS Trincomalee in Hartlepool.
Discover the personal stories of survival, bravery, adventure and everyday life across the last 800 years in our magnificent museums; National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth, Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower at Priddy’s Hard, Royal Marines Museum in Eastney and the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton.
New in 2016 in Belfast! Go on board HMS Caroline the only surviving ship from the 1916 Battle of Jutland.
For full details on group visits to all National Museum of the Royal Navy attractions, please click on the button to download the brand new trade and groups brochure for 2016/17.
If you have any questions about a group visit to any of the National Museum of the Royal Navy attractions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the following numbers for the relevant sites:
Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Royal Marines Museum, Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower: 02392 839766 (option 3)
HMS Caroline and HMS Trincomalee: 02392 728077
Fleet Air Arm Museum: 01935 842633
All areas of our Museums are accessible including a lift to our historic submarine HMS Alliance and ramps to the middle deck of HMS Victory. Our staff are happy to facilitate individual needs where at all possible.