Discover the extraordinary life of a submariner first-hand at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum.
Explore the depths of Britain’s only surviving Second World War-era ocean-going submarine, HMS Alliance.
See and feel how crew members packed into its small spaces and hear from ex-submariners about how they lived and protected the country in such challenging conditions. Take a peek at Portsmouth Harbour through Alliance’s working telescopes.
Meet a submariner and hear his stories of living on board a submarine. Find out what it was like to share jokes in cramped conditions and how to feed a crew of 65 from a gallery the size of a broom cupboard. The Royal Navy Submarine Museum is a memorable day out for all the family and is a ‘must visit’ when looking for fun days out in Hampshire.
APRIL – OCTOBER: Open daily 10am – 5:30pm
NOVEMBER – MARCH: Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10am - 4:30pm and daily during school holidays and half terms.
The Royal Navy Submarine Museum is included as part of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard’s Full Navy Ticket.
Senior (65 plus) £27.50
Family 2 adults plus 3 children £68
Family 1 adult plus 3 children £48