HMS Warrior

Top choice in Hampshire

The magnificent warship HMS Warrior was at the cutting edge of technology when she was built in 1860, riding the transition from wood to iron and sail to steam. The gleaming upper deck, vast gun deck and dimly lit cable lockers conjure up vivid pictures of life in the Victorian navy.

The All Attractions combined ticket (adult/child/family £35/15/60) includes entry to HMS Warrior.

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