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National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool
National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool

National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool

Jackson Dock, Maritime Ave, Hartlepool, TS24 0XZ

The Basics

A visit to the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool (NMRN) is a hands-on experience. You’ll feel like a real sailor as you wander the decks of the restored HMS Trincomalee, an 1817 warship built in India, and discover north England’s naval heritage through onboard reenactors and narrators. You can also explore a RML 497 vessel from World War II. A visit to the NMRN Hartlepool is a great choice for families, thanks to the immersive Children’s Maritime Adventure Centre and play ship.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is a must for history buffs and travelers interested in naval warfare.

  • The onsite Georgian café provides the ideal spot to relax and grab a snack before or after a visit.

  • The museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible.

  • Book your National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool admission ticket in advance to save time waiting on the day.

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How to Get There

Situated at Jackson Dock, the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is best accessible by car; follow the detailed arrival instructions listed on the official website. Free onsite parking is also available, which includes disabled parking spaces.

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When to Get There

The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is open daily from 10am to 5pm in summer and 11am to 4pm in winter. Verify in advance that the HMS Trincomalee—sometimes used for private functions—is open on the day of your visit and enjoy the best weather over the summer months.

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Other Attractions in Hartlepool

The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool isn’t the only attraction in this County Durham town. Visitors traveling with children may want to schedule another interactive stop at Tweddle Children’s Animal Farm, while history buffs can visit Heugh Battery Museum, the site of the UK’s only preserved World War I Battlefield.

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