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  • Monday, 21 May 2018 - 11:00am

    In the week a £2.5bn investment in the Submarine Service was announced by the Secretary of State for Defence, The National Museum of the Royal Navy has hosted the annual Submarine Industry Association (SIA) dinner attended by key Ministry of Defence and Royal Navy senior personnel and industry chief executives and senior directors.

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  • Thursday, 26 April 2018 - 8:38am

    Artefacts from HMS Invincible that have lain on the seabed floor for over 200 years have been donated to a museum on the eve of a new dive season on the celebrated Solent wreck site.

    A handful of everyday artefacts including shoes, tankard and grapeshot have been gifted to The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard by Arthur Mack, who found the underwater wreck nearly 40 years ago.

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  • Thursday, 12 April 2018 - 12:54pm

    A campaign run by The National Museum of the Royal Navy to save one of the last surviving Second World War Landing Craft Tanks from D-Day has had a very welcomed boost from the Transport Trust which donated a grant of £1,000 towards the much-needed match funds required to take the project forward and secure funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

    Stuart Wilkinson, Chairman of the Transport Trust said “Our trustees are unanimous in their support for LCT 7074 as a vessel which must be saved.”

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  • Tuesday, 27 February 2018 - 10:19am

    The National Museum of the Royal Navy, the team behind the historic HMS Caroline which has been restored into an intriguing and exciting visitor and learning attraction, is launching a fun-filled festival to mark the opening of its new visitor centre.

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  • Tuesday, 20 February 2018 - 9:16am

    Details of how The National Museum of the Royal Navy is to invest almost £33million in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the wider city over the next two years were unveiled today.

    Developing major new exhibitions and interpretation alongside finalising major museum projects are at the heart of the investment.  It follows the news of a record breaking year for visitor numbers and economic impact figures that state that Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, which is managed by the National Museum, brings £110million p.a. for Portsmouth.

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  • Wednesday, 14 February 2018 - 10:55am

    Seven years of chronicling the construction of the Royal Navy’s newest destroyers and monolithic aircraft carriers are the inspiration for Shipyard, a remarkable exhibition by renowned Scottish artist Lachlan Goudie which opens at The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on 17 March.

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HMS Hermes returning from the Falklands