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All reviews well worth a visit all ages watch your head cannon firing mind your head fighting ships captain's cabin low beams naval history value for money great visit sailing ship top deck excellent attraction hartlepool museum interactive displays royal navy
My wife and I visited this distinctive ship on a very windy Sat ( benefit not many tourists)
A must to be on board this frigate ,lovingly restored to it's full glory , the staff on duty showed their love of the ship , they...More
The ship, the exhibition (which is separate from the ship), the displays, friendly staff, well stocked souvenirs shop and completely free parking made this a real delight to visit and not overly expensive.
They have around the dock small presentations about 19c Navy, shops, businesses...More
What a great day out! Beautiful ship and really friendly, welcoming, helpful and informative staff. And the ticket lasts for a year - what a bargain! This was one of our best days out during our 2 week holiday in the area. Nice to see...More
Had an absolutely excellent visit to the HMS Trincamalee. Staff very helpful, exhibits fantastic specially the fighting ships and the gun display, not forgetting the smells on board the oldest ship in the navy. My only disappointment was to get in the gift shop and...More
I had been wanting to go to Hartlepool for some time to see what was in the museum and I was not disappointed. Based around a dock in which sits the ship, there are a number of traditional buildings housing various aspects of seafaring. There...More
I’ve loved tall ships all my life. I’ve visited HMS Victory and visiting HMS Trincomalee was as good. For fans of the great age of sail, this is a grand day out. Just mind your head in the lower decks. There are displays of arms...More
It is worth a visit to Hartlepool for the Trimconalea as this is the oldest ship afroat in the UK and apart from being beautifully restored, the whole experience along with the associated ancient dockyard is wobnderful