National Museum of the Royal Navy

National Museum of the Royal Navy Our ambition is simple: to be the world's most respected Naval museum, underpinned by a spirit of enterprise and adventure. Notice and takedown policy: https://www.nmrn.org.uk/notice-and-take-down-policy
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The National Museum of the Royal Navy was created in early 2009 to act as a single non-departmental public body for the museums of the Royal Navy. With venues across the United Kingdom, the museums detail the history of the Royal Navy operating on and under the sea, on land and in the air. We currently have HMS Warrior, HMS Victory, HMS M33 and other attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, ai

The National Museum of the Royal Navy was created in early 2009 to act as a single non-departmental public body for the museums of the Royal Navy. With venues across the United Kingdom, the museums detail the history of the Royal Navy operating on and under the sea, on land and in the air. We currently have HMS Warrior, HMS Victory, HMS M33 and other attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, ai

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Today we remember a remarkable #RoyalMarine and recipient of the Victoria Cross, Lewis Halliday.#OnThisDay in 1900 his a...
24/06/2021

Today we remember a remarkable #RoyalMarine and recipient of the Victoria Cross, Lewis Halliday.

#OnThisDay in 1900 his actions led to him receiving the highest and most prestigious award of the British Armed Forces.

Read Lewis' story here:
https://www.nmrn.org.uk/news-events/nmrn-blog/lewis-halliday

#NMRN #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines
Royal Marines Museum

Today we remember a remarkable #RoyalMarine and recipient of the Victoria Cross, Lewis Halliday.

#OnThisDay in 1900 his actions led to him receiving the highest and most prestigious award of the British Armed Forces.

Read Lewis' story here:
https://www.nmrn.org.uk/news-events/nmrn-blog/lewis-halliday

#NMRN #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines
Royal Marines Museum

23/06/2021

#WebcamWednesday is back live throughout the day bringing you some incredible views of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth Harbour and HM Naval Base Portsmouth.

Don’t forget to tell us where you are watching from!

Remember you can watch 24/7 at https://bit.ly/2VQo1wk

#NavigateTheNavy #NMRN #HereForCulture

Tried to get tickets early this morning?Our ticket system experienced an issue between 4am - 9.15am which means you won'...
23/06/2021

Tried to get tickets early this morning?

Our ticket system experienced an issue between 4am - 9.15am which means you won't have been able to buy tickets online or book using your Returner ID during this time.

The issue is now fixed and ready for ticket purchases and booking return visits again, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

We are looking forward to welcoming you this summer.

Tried to get tickets early this morning?

Our ticket system experienced an issue between 4am - 9.15am which means you won't have been able to buy tickets online or book using your Returner ID during this time.

The issue is now fixed and ready for ticket purchases and booking return visits again, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

We are looking forward to welcoming you this summer.

23/06/2021
23.6.2021 WebcamWednesday

#WebcamWednesday is back live throughout the day bringing you some incredible views of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth Harbour and HM Naval Base Portsmouth.

Don’t forget to tell us where you are watching from!

Remember you can watch 24/7 at https://bit.ly/2VQo1wk

#NavigateTheNavy #NMRN #HereForCulture

#OnThisDay in 1917 a new uniform badge was introduced for aircrew of the Royal Naval Air Service, later merged with the ...
22/06/2021

#OnThisDay in 1917 a new uniform badge was introduced for aircrew of the Royal Naval Air Service, later merged with the Royal Flying Corps to form the Royal Air Force. A distinction was made between the Pilot operating the aircraft and the Observer, also a trained pilot, who navigated and observed, took reconnaissance photographs and released bombs. The first wings were quite straight, but later became upswept and more the shape seen on Fleet Air Arm Observers today.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy
Fleet Air Arm Museum

#OnThisDay in 1917 a new uniform badge was introduced for aircrew of the Royal Naval Air Service, later merged with the Royal Flying Corps to form the Royal Air Force. A distinction was made between the Pilot operating the aircraft and the Observer, also a trained pilot, who navigated and observed, took reconnaissance photographs and released bombs. The first wings were quite straight, but later became upswept and more the shape seen on Fleet Air Arm Observers today.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy
Fleet Air Arm Museum

Wishing The Duke of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday today!🎉The Duke visited the Royal Navy Submarine Museum for HMS Alli...
21/06/2021

Wishing The Duke of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday today!🎉
The Duke visited the Royal Navy Submarine Museum for HMS Alliance's rededication in 2014.
#HappyBirthdayHRH

Wishing The Duke of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday today!🎉
The Duke visited the Royal Navy Submarine Museum for HMS Alliance's rededication in 2014.
#HappyBirthdayHRH

21/06/2021

Join the In the Footsteps of Our Forces challenge and earn one of these exclusive medals!

The brand new virtual walking event is to mark this year’s #ArmedForcesWeek and brought to you by the National Museum of the Royal Navy, National Army Museum, The Royal Air Force Museum, London and Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Sign up and pick a 5, 10 or 25k walk around your community taking in historic sites and complete it within Armed Forces Week 21-27 June.

Find out more and sign up here: https://www.nmrn.org.uk/exhibitions-projects/armed-forces-day-2021

#NMRN #FootStepsOfOurForces

Today it's Summer Solstice and when we reach the longest day of the year, people associate gatherings at Stonehenge with...
21/06/2021

Today it's Summer Solstice and when we reach the longest day of the year, people associate gatherings at Stonehenge with Druids and pagan sunrise ceremonies. During the First World War, however, the people gathering at Stonehenge were members of the Royal Naval Air Service, who had an air station there. Here’s an aerial view of Royal Naval Air Station Stonehenge.

#NMRN #FleetAirArmMuseum
Fleet Air Arm Museum

It's #WorldRefugeeDay and we've looked back into the archives at Operation Safe Haven 1991.Royal Marines are remarkably ...
20/06/2021

It's #WorldRefugeeDay and we've looked back into the archives at Operation Safe Haven 1991.

Royal Marines are remarkably skilled in changing from a fighting force to a compassionate peace keeping force. In 1991, 40 Commando and 45 Commando were deployed to Northern Iraq to ensure the security of Kurdish refugees following the First Gulf War (Operation Granby). 45 Commando arrived on 22 April 1991. Marines from 45 Commando are shown supplying rations of cooking oil at a feeding station at Davidiya, Kurdistan.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines Museum

It's #WorldRefugeeDay and we've looked back into the archives at Operation Safe Haven 1991.

Royal Marines are remarkably skilled in changing from a fighting force to a compassionate peace keeping force. In 1991, 40 Commando and 45 Commando were deployed to Northern Iraq to ensure the security of Kurdish refugees following the First Gulf War (Operation Granby). 45 Commando arrived on 22 April 1991. Marines from 45 Commando are shown supplying rations of cooking oil at a feeding station at Davidiya, Kurdistan.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines Museum

Last weekend on 12 June but in 1852 the Illustrated London News reported on the official opening ceremony of Jackson Doc...
18/06/2021

Last weekend on 12 June but in 1852 the Illustrated London News reported on the official opening ceremony of Jackson Dock, Hartlepool – a huge event featuring hundreds of ships, and a massive outdoor meal. National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool and HMS Trincomalee now resides in the graving dock of Jackson Dock, where ships could be dry docked for repair.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #Hartlepool #NationalMuseumOfTheRoyalNavyHartlepool

Last weekend on 12 June but in 1852 the Illustrated London News reported on the official opening ceremony of Jackson Dock, Hartlepool – a huge event featuring hundreds of ships, and a massive outdoor meal. National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool and HMS Trincomalee now resides in the graving dock of Jackson Dock, where ships could be dry docked for repair.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #Hartlepool #NationalMuseumOfTheRoyalNavyHartlepool

#OnThisDay in 1775... The Battle of Bunker Hill was fought on 17 June 1775 during the Siege of Boston and was the first ...
17/06/2021

#OnThisDay in 1775... The Battle of Bunker Hill was fought on 17 June 1775 during the Siege of Boston and was the first major battle of the American Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. It was fought in Charlestown, Massachusetts and was eventually won by the British forces, who defeated the rebel American forces besieging Boston.

This engraving shows the death of Major General Joseph Warren of the American forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill. It also depicts the death of Major John Pitcairn Royal Marines, who can be seen right of centre falling back mortally wounded into the arms of his son, Lieutenant Thomas Pitcairn, also a Marines officer.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines
Royal Marines Museum

#OnThisDay in 1775... The Battle of Bunker Hill was fought on 17 June 1775 during the Siege of Boston and was the first major battle of the American Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. It was fought in Charlestown, Massachusetts and was eventually won by the British forces, who defeated the rebel American forces besieging Boston.

This engraving shows the death of Major General Joseph Warren of the American forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill. It also depicts the death of Major John Pitcairn Royal Marines, who can be seen right of centre falling back mortally wounded into the arms of his son, Lieutenant Thomas Pitcairn, also a Marines officer.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy #RoyalMarinesMuseum
Royal Marines
Royal Marines Museum

The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) and the Mary Rose Trust welcomed a visit to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard ye...
16/06/2021

The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) and the Mary Rose Trust welcomed a visit to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard yesterday by Baroness Goldie DL, Minister of State at the Ministry of Defence. Baroness Goldie is a spokesperson in the House of Lords on all defence matters.

She was welcomed on site by Matthew Sheldon, Executive Director of Operations for NMRN, Dominic Jones, Chief Executive of the Mary Rose Trust and Hannah Prowse, Chief Executive of Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust

Highlights of her visit included descending into HMS Victory’s dry dock to walk along the new walkway and view the 3600-tonne ship from below; a tour of the newest permanent gallery HMS Victory The Nation’s Flagship, which has just opened and of Storehouse 12, the NMRN’s recently completed collection centre.

Baroness Goldie then visited the The Mary Rose to find out more about ambitious plans for a new immersive visitor experience opening this summer.

#NMRN

16/06/2021
16.6.2021 WebcamWednesday

#WebcamWednesday is back live throughout the day bringing you some incredible views of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth Harbour and HM Naval Base Portsmouth.

Don’t forget to tell us where you are watching from!

Remember you can watch 24/7 at https://bit.ly/2VQo1wk

#NavigateTheNavy #NMRN #HereForCulture

#OnThisDay 1917 – On a morale-boosting First World War tour of regional shipyards, George V & Queen Mary visited William...
14/06/2021

#OnThisDay 1917 – On a morale-boosting First World War tour of regional shipyards, George V & Queen Mary visited William Gray shipyard in #Hartlepool where the King admired Patrol Vessel, P.45 which was being built for the Admiralty. The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is located on the site of the old shipyard.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy

#OnThisDay 1917 – On a morale-boosting First World War tour of regional shipyards, George V & Queen Mary visited William Gray shipyard in #Hartlepool where the King admired Patrol Vessel, P.45 which was being built for the Admiralty. The National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is located on the site of the old shipyard.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy

Last few days to order before Father's Day on 20 June. Stuck for ideas? Browse our shop or buy tickets to one of our mus...
14/06/2021

Last few days to order before Father's Day on 20 June. Stuck for ideas? Browse our shop or buy tickets to one of our museums and surprise your Dad with a day out with a difference...

Online Shop: https://shop.nmrn.org.uk/father-s-day.html
Tickets: www.nmrn.org.uk/book-your-visit

#NMRN #OnlineShop

Last few days to order before Father's Day on 20 June. Stuck for ideas? Browse our shop or buy tickets to one of our museums and surprise your Dad with a day out with a difference...

Online Shop: https://shop.nmrn.org.uk/father-s-day.html
Tickets: www.nmrn.org.uk/book-your-visit

#NMRN #OnlineShop

13/06/2021

We've loved every minute of MuseumWeek, we hope you have too. The final day's theme is #WordsForTheFutureMW and it's over to our Executive Director of Museum Operations, Matthew Sheldon who is sharing some exciting upcoming projects!

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

🎂 Happy Birthday to Her Majesty The Queen 🎂Here’s HM Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to HMS Ark Royal in 2010, a ship belo...
12/06/2021

🎂 Happy Birthday to Her Majesty The Queen 🎂

Here’s HM Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to HMS Ark Royal in 2010, a ship beloved by the Queen, the late Queen Mother and, of course, the late Duke of Edinburgh.

#NMRN

🎂 Happy Birthday to Her Majesty The Queen 🎂

Here’s HM Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to HMS Ark Royal in 2010, a ship beloved by the Queen, the late Queen Mother and, of course, the late Duke of Edinburgh.

#NMRN

The theme for today's MuseumWeek challenge is #ArtIsEverywhereMW and we're giving you a glimpse at something brand new! ...
12/06/2021

The theme for today's MuseumWeek challenge is #ArtIsEverywhereMW and we're giving you a glimpse at something brand new!

The museum has recently acquired a series of paintings made by Lieutenant Francis Henry Bower during his service with the Royal Navy during the 1870s and early 1880s. This image show HMS Discovery and HMS Alert shortly after leaving Portsmouth for the Arctic expedition 1875-6.

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

The theme for today's MuseumWeek challenge is #ArtIsEverywhereMW and we're giving you a glimpse at something brand new!

The museum has recently acquired a series of paintings made by Lieutenant Francis Henry Bower during his service with the Royal Navy during the 1870s and early 1880s. This image show HMS Discovery and HMS Alert shortly after leaving Portsmouth for the Arctic expedition 1875-6.

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

Today's MuseumWeek theme is #CaptionThisMW and our wonderful curatorial team have delved into the archive to find you th...
11/06/2021

Today's MuseumWeek theme is #CaptionThisMW and our wonderful curatorial team have delved into the archive to find you this photo. Now, it's over to you for a bit of Friday fun... CAPTION THIS!

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

Today's MuseumWeek theme is #CaptionThisMW and our wonderful curatorial team have delved into the archive to find you this photo. Now, it's over to you for a bit of Friday fun... CAPTION THIS!

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

Yesterday National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool were part of a world record for the biggest football mascot in th...
11/06/2021

Yesterday National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool were part of a world record for the biggest football mascot in the world!

This weekend #HartlepoolUnited are in the play-offs for promotion so it’s fitting to have a giant H’Angus, the team's mascot, pop up to offer some support to the team ahead of the big game.

The National League play-off semi-final game will take place at Stockport County on Sunday, June 13, at noon - Everyone from The National Museum of the Royal Navy wishes you all the best!

The giant inflatable surprise pop ups don't stop there though. There’s currently a group of anonymous business owners called the “Wombles” putting giant inflatables around Hartlepool.

You may have seen the Grinch at Christmas and the giant Boris Johnson around the elections, both made the national news! And apparently, there's more to come...

Find out more in the Hartlepool Mail:
https://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/people/giant-hangus-the-monkey-inflatable-appears-in-hartlepool-ahead-of-big-pools-match-3269637

#NMRN #NationalMuseumOfTheRoyalNavyHartlepool #Hartlepool

Yesterday National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool were part of a world record for the biggest football mascot in the world!

This weekend #HartlepoolUnited are in the play-offs for promotion so it’s fitting to have a giant H’Angus, the team's mascot, pop up to offer some support to the team ahead of the big game.

The National League play-off semi-final game will take place at Stockport County on Sunday, June 13, at noon - Everyone from The National Museum of the Royal Navy wishes you all the best!

The giant inflatable surprise pop ups don't stop there though. There’s currently a group of anonymous business owners called the “Wombles” putting giant inflatables around Hartlepool.

You may have seen the Grinch at Christmas and the giant Boris Johnson around the elections, both made the national news! And apparently, there's more to come...

Find out more in the Hartlepool Mail:
https://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/people/giant-hangus-the-monkey-inflatable-appears-in-hartlepool-ahead-of-big-pools-match-3269637

#NMRN #NationalMuseumOfTheRoyalNavyHartlepool #Hartlepool

Remembering His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, on what would have been his 100th Birthday.
10/06/2021

Remembering His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, on what would have been his 100th Birthday.

10/06/2021
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EUREKA! What drives, inspires and motivates our Exhibitions Team?

Here's a little insight for today's MuseumWeek theme #EurekaMW

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

09/06/2021
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Today for MuseumWeek we look at museums through a different perspective for today's theme #ChildrensEyesMW

How has the last year affected children's relationships with museums? Watch the video to find out!

These children are between four and five and have spent the last year at home due to the pandemic. Here we ask them a few questions to find out what they think about museums.

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

09/06/2021
9.6.2021 WebcamWednesday

#WebcamWednesday is back live throughout the day bringing you some incredible views of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth Harbour and HM Naval Base Portsmouth.

Don’t forget to tell us where you are watching from!

Remember you can watch 24/7 at https://bit.ly/2VQo1wk

#NavigateTheNavy #NMRN #HereForCulture

08/06/2021
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It's Day 2 of MuseumWeek 2021 and today's theme is #BehindTheScenesMW...

Alice Roberts-Pratt, the National Museum of the Royal Navy's Interpretation Officer, is telling us some stories from behind the scenes of the new HMS Victory Gallery which opened just two weeks ago!

#NMRN #MuseumWeek

#OnThisDay we remember the 1519 men lost on 8 June 1940 when HMS Glorious and her two escorting destroyers, HMS Acasta a...
08/06/2021

#OnThisDay we remember the 1519 men lost on 8 June 1940 when HMS Glorious and her two escorting destroyers, HMS Acasta and HMS Ardent were sunk by the Scharnhorst during the evacuation of British troops from Norway. Only 40 survived from the three ships. May their comrades rest in peace.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy

#OnThisDay we remember the 1519 men lost on 8 June 1940 when HMS Glorious and her two escorting destroyers, HMS Acasta and HMS Ardent were sunk by the Scharnhorst during the evacuation of British troops from Norway. Only 40 survived from the three ships. May their comrades rest in peace.

#NMRN #NavigateTheNavy

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HM Naval Base (PP66)
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short walk from Portsmouth Harbour train station, bus station and the Gosport Ferry.

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On 28th June 1911, The Dockyard Museum opened in Portsmouth, growing and evolving into the Royal Naval Museum, which then became a part of the newly formed National Museum of the Royal Navy in September 2009.

Since that day, The National Museum has expanded to encompass The Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower in Gosport, Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton, HMS Caroline in Belfast, and HMS Trincomalee in Hartlepool.

The National Museum of the Royal Navy has a simple vision; to be the world’s most respected naval museum, underpinned by a spirit of enthusiasm and adventure. Experience all of the museums and ships in our family with one unique annual pass. Whether you are looking to explore solo, with a partner, or with your family, members will enjoy 12 months access to all of our attractions across the UK. We currently have HMS Warrior, HMS Victory, HMS M.33 and other attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, aircraft at the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton, HMS Caroline in Belfast and HMS Trincomalee in Hartlepool. Plus receive discounts in our shops and cafes, exclusive invitations to tours and previews and access to our exclusive online members area.

If you would like to come onboard and join as member of the National Museum of the Royal Navy family, please go to https://www.nmrn.org.uk/membership

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