Hms Warrior 1860, Portsmouth

About Hms Warrior 1860, Portsmouth

Hms Warrior 1860, Portsmouth - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Victory Gate, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 3QX, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2392778600

Ticket Price: 18 GBP

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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The pride of Queen Victoria’s naval fleet, the Warrior is the first iron hulled, armored warship that takes a place of pride at the Portsmouth dockyard. HMS Warrior was said to be the fastest and sleekest ship running on steam and sail. It is truly fascinating to see this huge vessel restored in all its glory. The ship also serves as a private venue for special occasions. Take time and explore this ship right down to the boiler room to discover the technology of the 19th century. There are many guides in the ship who will help you out with any information that you might need. The ship is a great piece from history and definitely worth a visit.

Hms Warrior 1860 Ticket Prices

  • For Children: 13 GBP

How To reach Hms Warrior 1860 by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: The Hard Interchange (Stop G), Curzon Howe Road (E Bound).

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  • Loved every second of it. A very interims ship because it's a cross between a sail ship and a more modern battle ship. Being the first metal ship in the world it's a unique snap shot from a time of transition.

  • Really enjoyed visiting the warrior. Well restored and upkeep. Friendly knowledgeable staff. Worth a visit, not my favourite in the historic dockyard but still really enjoyable look in to history

  • A truly fascinating experience although ticket prices are steep! The interior of the ship is also restored in its full 19th century glory. There was plenty of staff explaining the history and asking my dumb questions.

  • Very impressive. Bristling with fire power. Fabulous display of naval might. A lot of restoration work is under way. Great to see it fully restored.

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  • HMS Warrior is an impressive vessel and well worth the visit. Just the size of it took us by surprise and it gets even better as you go below decks to see the gun deck and where the sailors lived and worked. Exploring does involve a lot of climbing up and down steep steps, but it really is worth it.

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