Brunel's ss Great Britain

Brunel's ss Great Britain
Great Western Dockyard
Gas Ferry Road
Bristol
City of Bristol
BS1 6TY
England

Website

www.ssgreatbritain.org

E-mail

General enquiries

admin@ssgreatbritain.org

Events

events@ssgreatbritain.org

Education

education@ssgreatbritain.org

Fundraising

fundraising@ssgreatbritain.org

Telephone

0117 926 0680

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Brunel's ss Great Britain
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Step on board the most extraordinary time-machine. Brunel’s ss Great Britain, the world’s first great ocean liner is Bristol’s no.1 attraction on Trip Advisor (2013).
The brainchild of our most famous Bristolian, Isambard Kingdom Brunel; this iconic steam ship is the heart of a multi-award winning visitor attraction.

Rescued from rust and wreckage in 1970, and since lovingly restored to her Victorian hey-day, a visit to the ss Great Britain allows you to step back in time and explore true stories from the opulent First-Class to the cramped and quarrelsome Steerage. Each kitchen and cabin, dining room and doctor’s surgery emanates authentic sounds and smells which bring the ship and its history to life. So much more than a dusty old museum, this is a living and breathing, atmospheric experience.

Step ‘underwater’ for a unique and magnificent view of the ship below the beautiful glass sea; investigate the Riggers’ Yard and the Great Western Dockyard, test your skills with interactive displays and choose from a selection of fascinating audio companions. With storytelling and games for children to in-depth historical research in Brunel’s Institute, there is something for everybody at Brunel’s ss Great Britain.

Venue Type:

Museum, Ship or maritime heritage site, Archive, Heritage site, Industrial heritage site, Library, Transport heritage site

Opening hours

10am - 5.30pm (last entry 4.30pm) BST
10am - 4:30pm (last entry 3:30pm) GMT

Open daily except Dec 24 and Dec 25.

Admission charges

Adults £12.50, Concessions £9.95, Children £6.25, Family (2 Adults and up to 3 children) £33.50. Children four and under free entry. Tickets allow free and unlimited return visits for 12 months.

Collection details

Land Transport, Maritime, Science and Technology, Social History, Trade and Commerce, Industry

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