Life on Board (English language only)
Discover what life on board was like through the personal stories of the men who served on HMS Belfast.
D-Day (English language only)
Learn about the role HMS Belfast played on D Day.
Adult, HE and Professional Groups
All groups of more than ten paying visitors* must book their visit in advance and pay on arrival**. We offer a reduction on standard prices for groups of more than ten paying visitors and the group leader is offered free admission.
- Adults £10.55
- Senior/Student £9.25
Choose what you want to see and do
Explore the ship on a self directed visit. Audio guides in English, French, German and Spanish are included in the admission price, subject to availability.
For an additional charge add a presentation, which tells the story what life was like for the crew that lived and worked on HMS Belfast, or a talk and activity about D-Day. Sessions are available during term time only and must be pre-booked.
For a more exclusive visit enquire about a private tour.
Check our Terms and Conditions
So that all our visitors have a safe and enjoyable visit and we are fair to everyone
- large groups may have to be divided
- only two decks can be accessed without climbing or descending ladders – for more information see Accessibility
- children must be supervised at all times with at least one adult for every of ten children
Before you request a visit check our current charges and cancellation policies in our Terms and Conditions.
Request a visit
Once you have decided what you would like to do, please complete our visit request form.
Please do not make travel arrangements until you have received a Visit Confirmation letter which will be emailed to you within five working days.
If you are a large tour operator and bring regular business to HMS Belfast we do offer a voucher scheme. If you would like to find out more please email email@example.com.
We aim to respond to all email enquiries within two working days.
*Children aged 15 and under are not included as part of the group rate
**All groups must pay in a single transaction on arrival
From the World Wars to the Cold War, IWM gives teachers and students in UK schools everything they need to explore the course, causes and consequences of conflict from the First World War to today.
From our Collections
Jacket, Service Dress: WRNS (Second Officer)
RAF Pigeon 'Gustave' - The First to Bring Back a Reuters Message from Normandy [Allocated Title]
The Royal Navy during the Second World War: Operation Overlord (The Normandy Landings) D-Day 6 June 1944
At Sea on an LCI (Landing Craft, Infantry)
Operation Overlord (The Normandy Landings): D-Day 6 June 1944
The Landing in Normandy; Arromanches, D-Day plus 20, 26th June 1944
HMS Belfast during the Second World War
LCT and LSM on their Way to Normandy