Due to Covid-19 restrictions, venues and exhibitions are closed until further notice. We recommend checking with the venues' own websites for up-to-date information. Launched in 1860, when the British Empire dominated trade and industry, HMS 'Warrior' was the pride of Queen Victoria's fleet. Powered by steam and sail she was the largest, fastest and most powerful ship of her day and had a lasting influence on naval architecture and design. Echoing shifts in Victorian society, work and life on board reflected many of the social changes the Royal Navy experienced as it evolved into a professional service from the mid-nineteenth century. Thanks to the Warrior Preservation Trust the ship has been restored as close to her 1860’s condition as possible. Stepping on board allows visitors to enter the world of a Victorian sailor: envisaging the ship’s company going ashore, sitting at a mess deck table and joining in a gun drill.
HMS Warrior 1860
Victory Gate, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 3QX England
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08 March 2021
How do Nuclear Submarines work? They are powered by an onboard nuclear reactor that splits atoms releasing energy as heat. This creates steam which turns propulsion turbines that provide the power to turn the propeller. #NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #BritishScienceWeek @RNSubMuseum https://t.co/eS8oEX8k4q