Royal Marines Museum

www.royalmarinesmuseum.co.uk
Step into the seriously tough world of the Commando and walk in the footsteps of heroes.Explore the fascinating 350 year history of the Royal Marines from their origins in 1664 as sea-going soldiers of the Royal Navy, through to their roles at Trafalgar, through the World Wars, the Falklands Conflict and current day activity. Discover the personal stories from this elite fighting force and learn about the lives of the extraordinary people who hav... read more

Explosion - Museum of Naval Firepower

www.explosion.org.uk
Step into the dangerous world of arming the Royal Navy from gunpowder to modern missiles. Explosion, the Museum of Naval Firepower is an award winning museum of naval warfare situated within 18th century buildings at the Royal Navy's former armaments depot of Priddy's Hard in Gosport.  Home to a unique collection of cannon, big guns, mines, torpedoes, missiles and the nuclear bomb.  Completely family friendly, dis... read more

HMS Warrior

www.hmswarrior.org/
Step into the time when HMS Warrior was Britain’s ultimate deterrent. Launched in 1860, HMS Warrior was the pride of Queen Victoria's notorious Black Battle Fleet. The world’s first iron-hulled, armoured warship, she was the largest, fastest and most powerful ship of her day and rendered every warship afloat instantly obsolete. HMS Warrior had a profound effect on naval architecture; she was the most powerful weapon the ... read more

National Museum of the Royal Navy

www.nmrn.org.uk/
Amazing stories from yesterday told today.The National Museum of the Royal Navy tells the amazing story of the Royal Navy and is situated opposite the Royal Navy’s flagship HMS Victory laid down in 1759. Go on board this historic ship and then explore further the exhibition galleries at the Museum to discover the stories of the sailing navy, Admiral Nelson, the Battle of Trafalgar and the last 100 years. Go on board HMS M.33, the little shi... read more

Goodwood Aerodrome

www.goodwood.com/estate/aerodrome/
Goodwood has a thriving Aerodrome. Open all year round, it has a rich variety of aircraft constantly coming and going. From World War II Spitfires, Hurricanes and Harvards to the ultra-modern Cessnas, this is the perfect place to watch, or even take a flight from. Originally a World War II airfield, known as RAF Westhampnett, it was from here that pilots were trained in Hurricanes and Spitfires. The land was donated by Freddie March, the 9th... read more

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