HMS Warrior 1860 at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
HM Naval Base
HMS Warrior Control Room
As you arrive at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the stunning sleek, black lines of Britain's first iron-hulled, armoured battleship, take your breath away.
The pride of Queen Victoria, Warrior revolutionised warship construction. Powered by steam and sail, she was the largest and fastest ship of her day. Her most radical innovation was her citadel - an armoured box housing her guns.
Ship or maritime heritage site, Museum
April - October
November - March
Closed on 2th 25th 26th December
A Portsmouth Historic Dockyard site ticket is valid for one year with unlimited entry to Action Stations, HMS Warrior 1860 and National Museum of the Royal Navy Museum and valid for one entry to HMS Victory, Mary Rose Museum and Harbour Tours.
Child: £15.80 (Children under 5 are free.)
Family: £62.15 (up to 5 members of the same family, maximum 2 adults/seniors).
Gift Aid your ticket for us to claim back the tax. For further information on visiting please telephone 02392 839 766 or visit www.historicdockyard.co.uk.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard welcomes all visitors. The site is, however, a working Naval Base and certain areas may present difficulties to visitors who use wheelchairs, with a restricted mobility or who are visually impaired. As a safety precaution, we ask that all these visitors are accompanied by a carer. Toilets for disabled visitors can be found in the Historic Dockyard Coach and Car Park, Boathouse No.7, Victory Arena and the National Museum of the Royal Navy.
Wheelchairs are available free of charge from the Visitor Centre, Mary Rose, HMS Warrior 1860 and National Museum of the Royal Navy. Please call 02392 839766 for further information.