Due to uncertainty around changing COVID regulations and the potential impact of sickness within our teams; NMRN may be required to adjust opening hours or close sites at short notice. Whilst all efforts will be made to avoid this and to contact ticket holders ahead of visits we do ask you to check our Facebook and Twitter accounts for details of closures. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding. 

Pre-booking is advised, and visitors must wear masks for their safety and the safety of others, unless exempt.

HMS Caroline remains temporarily closed. Find The Latest COVID-19 Updates Here.
 

 

Safeguarding Policy

The National Museum of the Royal Navy’s Museum vision is to become the world’s most inspiring naval museum and our mission is to inspire learning, enjoyment and engagement with the story of the Royal Navy and its impact in shaping the modern world. 

The National Museum of the Royal Navy is committed to providing enjoyable, safe environments and acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of vulnerable people.

The purpose of The National Museum of the Royal Navy's Safeguarding Policy is to ensure the safety of all our visitors, users, staff and volunteers and outlines the Museum’s policy on identifying and responding to concerns regarding the safeguarding and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

The Museum recognises our responsibility to take all reasonable steps to promote safe practice and to protect vulnerable people from harm, abuse and exploitation.

Read The National Museum of the Royal Navy's Safeguarding Policy [PDF]

 

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