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Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport

Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Walk through the hearts of the submarines used by the British Navy throughout history at Royal Navy Submarine Museum. Board the HMS Alliance, the last remaining British submarine from World War II. Ask questions of the guides who have all served on the submarines, and they will paint you a picture of what life was like below deck. Play the interactive games and see if you can keep your submarine afloat. The tours inside the submarines may be too much standing around for younger children. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Royal Navy Submarine Museum by using our Gosport itinerary maker.
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  • What a wonderful museum. The gentleman that tell you about the submarine are all rx mariners'. They are so knowledgeable and friendly. The museum is very informative and the interactive section is gre...  read more »
  • QUITE comprehsive display. Interesting tour around the Alliance very detailed but we We're pressured on time for a French school trip Who we're not really interested. Holland 1 so impressive, built 10...  read more »
  • One big submarine (volunteers talking over the recorded sounds doesn't work) and a few indoor displays. I love museums that bring the past to life but this is a poor show. It's not a patch on Victory,...  read more »
  • I didn't know Alexander the Great went down into the ocean in a giant glass barrel bubble thing! Many other things to learn in this museum of the 'silent killer.' The guides are ex sailors who have served on the actual submarine you tour. Lots to see and do. I bought a gift aid with my ticket which apparently means and I can go back multiple times for up to a year! Smashing. It's a bit far for me but I will go again. First time I've had a picnic under the bow of a cold war submarine.
  • Fair amount of things to see, definitely worth taking the tour of the Alliance. Cafe's pretty good. Just a shame a few of the interactive attractions are/were in need of maintenance.
  • Could be interesting. .submarine tour was a let down ..with no real insight given the guide in the control room only spoke when spoken to plus on our time slot the guide in the rear had disappeared and most people left without seeing him. Value for money is terrible £38 for 2-3 hours ..tank museum is less and way more worth a visit...why in this country does everything cost the earth ..i wouldnt go back
  • Very good. Well presented exhibits in modern buildings, all easy to understand and take in. Our ex-submariner guide John presented the tour very informatively and shared many of his experiences with us. Thoroughly recommended to anyone with maritime and war interests. HMS Alliance has been beautifully restored and modified for guided tours to be conducted on a single level.
  • Great morning here. The tour through HMS Alliance was amazing. The interactive area was very. I took our grandsons and they really enjoyed that part of it.
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