Royal Navy Submarine Museum is a museum about submarines used in the Royal Navy located in Gosport in Hampshire.
This attraction is the National museum for the Royal Navy’s submarine division and is set on Gosport harbour. There are exhibits displaying photographs, drawings, submarine artefacts, documents and plans which tells the history of submarines, their use in the Royal Navy and the stories of the serving men and women.
The main exhibit is HMS Alliance a complete, WWII era, ocean going submarine, which you can walk-through, meet the crew, see a film and hear the stories of life on board the vessel. Also to see at the museum is Britain’s first Naval submarine the Holland 1 and the X24 a surviving midget submarine from WWII. There are also interactive exhibits about the science of submarines, including a computer game to keep your submarine afloat and a radar simulation, plus a gallery displaying weapons used on board submarines.
For children there are dressing up facilities and the indoor, Busy Boats Bay, play area for children aged 5 and under. The Coffee shop has indoor and outdoor seating with views across Portsmouth harbour and along with the shop are free to access without needing to buy museum tickets.
- Free car parking.
- Submarine Museum Gift shop sells submarine related gifts, books, models, clothing, collectables and souvenirs.
- Harbour Stations Coffee shop serves light lunches, snacks, cakes and drinks.
Opening Times & Ticket Prices:
- Please visit the Royal Navy Submarine Museum website for opening times and prices.
Before you start your journey to Royal Navy Submarine Museum for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.