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Step aboard HMS Caroline, a unique survivor of The Battle of Jutland in World War One.

Based in Belfast’s famous Titanic Quarter, HMS Caroline is a First World War-era ship now restored as a must-see floating museum with an amazing story to tell.
Be immersed in life aboard this unique vessel – lone survivor of the First World War’s greatest naval engagement… the Battle of Jutland!
Enjoy the new quayside visitor centre and exhibition space dedicated to telling the personal stories of those who served on the ‘Carry’. Then step aboard to see a powerful film on the drama of Jutland and experience impressively restored cabins and deck areas as well as an array of state-of-the-art interactive exhibits.
Soak up the atmosphere as you find out about communication at sea in the Signal School, and continue to the Torpedo School before finishing your visit at our authentic galley café.
Finally, relax at the new picnic area or let your little mariners loose on our naval-themed kiddies’ play park.
Come aboard HMS Caroline, a day out the whole family can enjoy!

The HMS Caroline Experience:


HMS Caroline
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Alexandra Dock
Titanic Quarter, Queen's Road,
Belfast.
BT3 9DT

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Explore a range of fully restored historic spaces
  • Discover what life at sea was like for over 300 crew members
  • Visit the fun and interactive Torpedo School
  • See exhibits, some interactive, about communication at sea
  • See and listen in on the Captain's and Senior Officers' cabins
  • Mess Deck Café

    Sailors were generally well-nourished to keep spirits and energy levels high for their busy days on board the ship, and the staff at HMS Caroline continue this tradition. Why not take a break and relax in the Mess Deck Café on the lower deck, serving local produce? Here you can enjoy a hearty and wholesome drink and snack before you continue your journey through HMS Caroline. The café also showcases a historic recreation of a Light Cruiser's mess table, ready for the crew to enjoy a meal.

  • HMS Caroline Gift Shop

    Mark your visit to HMS Caroline with a special memento from the onboard shop. Browse for gifts, clothing and posters inspired by HMS Caroline and Royal Naval Heritage. The shop offers a wide range of quality souvenirs, ideal to bring home for friends and family.

  • Opening Hours

    Tide times can affect accessible access to the ship. For more information, visit www.belfast-harbour.co.uk

    • HMS Caroline is open daily from 10am – 5pm
    • Last admission is 4.15pm
    • Recommended tour time is 90 – 120 mins.

    For more information and to book tickets and save up to 20% visit www.hmscaroline.co.uk

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HMS Caroline – Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival

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Sat, 25 May 2019, 10:00am See All Dates (3)

Set sail for HMS Caroline at this year’s Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival, where there are lots of activities the whole family can enjoy.

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D-Day 75th Anniversary Talks at HMS Caroline

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Wed, 05 Jun 2019, 7:15pm

Join HMS Caroline on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings for an evening of commemorative talks and the opportunity to step on board the ship a...

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Sensory Explorers: Access Morning

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Sun, 02 Jun 2019, 10:00am

Designed especially for families with children and/or adults on the Autism Spectrum or with other special needs, the morning offers a great opportunity for the...

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