HMS Caroline reopening
Reopens on Saturday 1st April.
One ship, one hundred years, one thousand stories!
HMS Caroline – one of the last surviving First World War warships – is reopen to visitors from Saturday 1st April 2023, with advance Saturday and Sunday openings throughout March for those who’d love to be among the first to visit! A fabulous fun-filled adventure guaranteed with loads to see and do for all the family!
Based in Belfast’s famous Titanic Quarter and berthed in Belfast for almost 100 years, HMS Caroline is the last known surviving warship from one of the largest ever naval battles, the Battle of Jutland in 1916.
Journey back 100 years to a dangerous life at sea during the First World War where you will:
-Experience what life was like at sea during the First World War
-Learn to crack codes, launch torpedoes and signal ships (through interactive displays)
-Explore where the crew lived and slept, hear their stories and find out about the incredible mascots that lived alongside them
HMS Caroline offers a unique opportunity to experience life aboard a ship largely intact from the day it was completed in 1914. The ship – including the living quarters, signal school, engine room, sick bay and galley – have been authentically and painstakingly restored.
Book your tickets online and save! Visit: www.hmscaroline.co.uk
Adult, child, Senior and Family Tickets available.