"HMS BELFAST...." HMS Belfast Tip by eden_teuling

HMS Belfast, London: 46 reviews and 78 photos

  DEEP DOWN IN HMS BELFAST LONDON
by eden_teuling
 
 

This is a former man-of-war........
This British Marine boat is now an interesting MUSEUM to visit....

We could go to the very bottom.....but if you suffer from claustrophobia, don't go too deep down....it is all very narrow and quite stuffy, especially when there are many people visiting.

But it is a great experience and you wonder and wonder e.g. how it was possible that doctors could operate there......

In 1944 this BELFAST made the German man-of-war SCHARNHORST sink to the bottom of the sea during the Battle of the North Cape.

OPEN to the public: during the summer daily from 11AM till 5.30PM

During winter: 11AM till 5PM.

Located at Symmons Wharf, Vine Lane, Tooley street.

METRO: London Bridge

FERRY: from Tower Pier

Address: The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2JH
Directions: Nearest Tube, London Bridge. In the River Thames.
Phone: 020 740 764 34
Website: http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/hms-belfast

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jul 30, 2003
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