Visited HMS Belfast as we were passing after walking back from the Shard. Was really interesting & very humbling. Good few hours spent!
I didn't know this museum and I visited it only to waste time while I was waiting for some friends... at the beginning it seemed too expensive but I passed 3 hours in the ship with a lot of interest!!! I'm usually interested in war machines and now this is one of my favourite, it shows all the parts of... More
Hmmm I see lots of mixed reviews on here but as a young-minded adventurous family we thought we may as well try it anyway as we were staying practically next door to it! (Not on the water obviously!) It was quite expensive for what is essentially 'an old boat' and there isn't anything interactive on it so younger kids might... More
Me and my girlfriend visited here in January. The HMS Belfast is an interesting bit of history and it's quite interesting being able to walk around it and there is a fair bit of information on the ship and what life was like on it. However, we thought it was quite pricey for two people (especially with a Guide book)... More
Visiting HMS Belfast wasn't really on my first plans when I visited London but I think it was really worth it. There's a lot to see and a lot to interact with. It takes about 2 hours to see everything and I'm sure you will be impressed by the overall quality!
I visited on 22nd of November. To be met at the ticket office with Ben Crosby singing 'I'm dreaming of a White Christmas!' Totally unacceptable, quite inappropriate ... and not a good start. I was carrying a small rucksack but no one suggested I store it. Is there a cloakroom for such things? There should be. Because it was really... More
Most interesting for both granny and 9 year old grandson. You do have to be able bodied to see it all and best not encumbered with heavy coats and bags. The signage could be better - we couldn't easily find the way out. Under-8s might not benefit as much as older children.
A real gem of an experience that seemed to go on and on, the battleship has so much history, and if you take the audio guide you get a real understanding of the ship and its crew. I found the experience very informative, the engine rooms are worth a look, as is the sick bay. The way our seamen live... More
Me and my son visited HMS Belfast when in London for mid term holidays. We both enjoyed it a lot. It was a real experience to see, feel and even smell to give us an idea about how life aboard the ship must have been. The variety of things to look at, not only militaria but also the day to... More
I always wanted to see this Museum, but I had only just got around to visiting it. As expected of the Imperial War Museum, this was an amazing experience. The self guided tour has you eager to learn more from the ear device they give you. You follow a series of numbers around and learn about the different aspects of... More
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