An exciting new experience awaits visitors onboard HMS Caroline as Belfast’s First World War ship’s incredible story is being retold through guided tours, offering visitors expert personal insights and fascinating deeper dives into the ship’s extraordinary history.
HMS Caroline is one of Northern Ireland’s most remarkable visitor attractions. The guided tours mean visitors will be treated to new personally curated adventures which will further enrich and enhance their journey of discovery onboard, while also ensuring they never miss a thing!
The sole survivor of 1916’s Battle of Jutland – the greatest sea battle in history – and one of the last remaining First World War ships in existence, HMS Caroline has been fully restored as a floating museum and award-winning visitor attraction.
HMS Caroline combines striking antiquity and authenticity with absorbing interpretation to offer a visitor experience like no other. During the new guided tours, visitors will tread the ship’s timeless decks and explore her perfectly preserved living quarters and jaw-dropping engine room, while placing their hands on a history as unique as it is compelling.
The new guided tours will pack even more into the HMS Caroline admission ticket which already offers outstanding, industry-leading value for money. Visitors will discover even more about the navy’s second-longest serving ship, including more stories, more incredible fun facts and new insights into Caroline’s extraordinary history… all courtesy of our tour guides’ wealth of engaging and expert knowledge.
HMS Caroline’s new guided tours begin on Wednesday 8th November. Tours take place Wednesday to Sunday, with four tours daily, commencing at 10am, 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3pm.
For bookings and guided tour schedules visit www.hmscaroline.co.uk