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“The site is easily accessible, entrance fee is reasonable, the centre point is HMS Trincomalee, the ship has been superbly restored and it is a pleasure to walk around, but mind your head though as the deck heads...”
“Within the site is the Historic Quay which is an incredible interpretation of a quayside of 1800's with the sights and sounds from that era, and there is a fighting ships presentation each hour within the quayside...”
“The armoury is very good, our 14 year old son enjoyed handling the various guns under the expert eye of the volunteer who was helpful and able and willing to answer any questions about the site that we had.”
“Andy’s knowledge was phenomenal with a genuine passion for this historical site.”
“The Historic Quay within the National Museum of the Royal Navy came as a huge surprise to me, it is an interpretation of a quayside of 18th Century with all the sights and sounds of that particular era with the hi...”
“Lots to see and do like go carts, crazy golf, barrel ride, feed the animals, meet the animals and lovely views whilst walking around the farm We really enjoyed the food in the cafe which was very reasonably priced.”