The Belfast is amazing. She has been up and running for years now. I absolutely love it there. I loved their operation theatre and I don’t know how but they managed to make the wax model who was having the operation breathe? It is amazing how they did that!!
I loved the captain’s chair and so did my friends. I also loved the lesson in the classroom (which was originally a bedroom!). And the teacher we had was really funny. When ever he said ACTION STATIONS!! We all sat up straight and he timed us.
Walking up the ladders was a bit of hard work to climb and it was a bit scary but it was also cool at the same time and we managed not to bang our are heads on the way up (almost!). I thought it really gave the impression of being on it during World War 2.
I also loved how all of the staff there are so friendly all smiling and waving when we were on! It is a really fun place to go on a family trip or outing, it is a very family friendly place to go.
In case you didn’t know this, it is the tincture of museum’s daughter writing this.
I am trying to have a go at writing blogs like she does,
this will probably not be as good as her ones though.
by the tincture of museum’s little assistant 🙂
- Open daily
4 November to 20 February 10am – 5pm (last admission 4pm)
21 February to October 10am – 6pm (last admission 5pm)
- Adults £15.50
- Child (under 16) Free
- Concessions (Senior, Student, Disabled) £12.40