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The National Museum Royal Navy is the latest client to receive their bespoke Face Mask, we are sure they will serve them well online while they wait to re-open their many sites.

‘It is upon the Navy, under the good providence of God, that the Wealth, Prosperity and Peace of these Islands and of the Empire do mainly depend’. Preamble to the Articles of War in the reign of Charles II.

Some 380 years later, the National Museum of the Royal Navy came into being to tell the entire naval story. This explores past present and future, the story of a Service that has literally sculpted the history, culture and the people of Great Britain.

 

The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth

On 28th June 1911, The Dockyard Museum opened in Portsmouth. This then became part of the newly formed National Museum of the Royal Navy in September 2009.

Changing its name to The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, the overall organisation grew to encompass the following, The Royal Marines Museum, The Royal Navy Submarine Museum and The Fleet Air Arm Museum and Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower.

In 2015, they opened First World War Monitor HMS M.33 to the public. 2016 HMS Caroline was also added in Belfast, the Hartlepool Maritime Experience and HMS Trincomalee.

Their museums include:
The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth (including HMS Victory and First World War Gallipoli campaign survivor HMS M.33).
The Royal Marines Museum at Eastney, Portsmouth.
The Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Explosion, the Museum of Naval Firepower, both in Gosport.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, Somerset.

Joining the historic fleet is the UK’s oldest historic fighting ship still afloat, HMS Trincomalee in Hartlepool and its historic quayside which will be known as The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Hartlepool.

Affiliates include HMS Unicorn (Dundee); HMS Wellington (London); the Medusa Trust (Portsmouth); the Coastal Forces Heritage Trust (Portsmouth) and the D-Day Museum (Portsmouth). All great days out when current covid restrictions allow. Find out more here >>