« HMS Victory »

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Lord Nelson's flagship which led many victorious battles, including Trafalgar (1805) where the Admiral lost his life. In the 1920s, the Victory was brought into dry dock after 150 years of loyal service at sea and continues to serve as the flagship of the Commander in Chief of the Royal Navy; it is still manned by serving Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel. She is being restored to the configuration she held at the Battle of Trafalgar.

Useful information

Address : 

HM Naval Base PP66

Price:

18 £ (children 13 £)

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 10am-6pm; rest of year 10am-5.30pm, last admission 1hr30 before closing

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