Truly amazing and awesome inspiring, the whole family will love this ship and all its attention to detail
About HMS Warrior 1860
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I visited here with my girlfriend in January for the evening Stargazing event. It was a fascinating evening, really informative talks in an imaginative setting. It's been ten years or more since I was last onboard, so we took the oppportunity to have a good...More
Seeing the Mary Rose, The Victory and The Warrior in a day along with a Harbour tour glimpse of today’s Royal Navy is really fascinating. It feels like you see history evolving as your visit progresses. Great fun.
Well organised and very interesting. Keep up the good work guys hope the next generation benefits from all your hard work. Great history.
HMS Warrior is in exceptional condition given its age. Very worth while visit, knowledgeable staff, can get busy at times. Go early and aoid the holidays to avoid a crowd.
I could not belive how many cannons there were on this ship what it must of been when they were fired it dosn't bear thinking about I glad I went on board
Had a very informative guided tour bigger and much better than than the Victory so do this first if you are short on time
We went on a guided tour - you need to arrive 30 mins before as they are always booked up and only take 20 at a time but guides, many volunteers are so knowledgable and make the hour plus tour very interesting
HMS Warrior is a superb example of the transition from sail to steam and wood to iron. The fittings internally and "living history" displays bring the whole to life. Add this to the Mary Rose and HMS Victory to make a day with the Royal...More
Great place to visit for anyone with the slightest bit of interest in British history. You wander about the boat and free access to most parts. Very interesting!