Go for: Admission tickets
Duration: 2-3 hours
Access to all rooms: Yes
Guide: Audio guide
Go for: Group Tours
Duration: 5 hours
Access to all rooms: Yes
Guide: Professional tour guide
You can cancel admission tickets to the HMS Belfast 48 hours before the experience begins to get a full refund. If you have chosen the semi-private walking tour, you will have to cancel your tickets 24 hours before the experience begins to get a full refund.
Children under the age of 5 years enjoy free entry to HMS Belfast.
Climb ladders and duck through hatches as you explore all the nine decks of HMS Belfast, including rooms such as the Boiler Room, Engine Room, and Flag Deck.
Meet real-life war veterans and eyewitnesses who were aboard the HMS Belfast during times of conflict. Listen to their stories and anecdotes to get a detailed insight into life aboard a warship.
Sit in the best seat-the Captain’s Chair, in the HMS Belfast and steer the warship to glory! Don’t forget to get a picture clicked as the Captain of HMS Belfast as well.
Spend some time virtually steering the HMS Belfast in the brand new, fully equipped gaming room ‘World of Warships: Command Center’ inside the very warship you are standing in.
The Operations Rooms or the Nerve Centre of HMS Belfast has interactive plotting tables that you have to use to recover a downed plane from the sea off the coast of North Borneo. This game is based on a real-life exercise that was carried out by the warship in 1961.
Located deep inside the heart of HMS Belfast are the Engine and Boiler rooms. You’ll be amazed to see the complicated large-scale machinery that was used to power HMS Belfast during the war.
Relive 6th June, 1944-the day HMS Belfast’s guns opened fire on the Normandy beaches, by stepping into one of the 6-inch gun turrets of the warship. The turret has a brand-new immersive sound installation that helps visitors experience what happened during the Second World War.
Hear HMS Belfast veterans recount their memories aboard HMS Belfast in the ‘Serving the Seas’ Exhibition. You can also discover the intriguing journey of HMS Belfast through an interactive timeline in the exhibition.
Open every day from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The last entry to HMS Belfast is at 5:00 PM.
Closed from 24th to 26th December.
Best time to visit: The best time to visit HMS Belfast is November, March, and September. These are the quietest months, and crowds won’t be a problem during this time. You can also plan your visit to the attraction in October. HMS Belfast does see a large number of visitors during this time, but the attraction is not overcrowded. Avoid visiting HMS Belfast in July and August. These months are the peak time for the attraction, and you will have to battle with large crowds, long queues, and long waiting times during these months.
Address: The Queen's Walk, London, Greater London, SE1 2JH. Find on maps.
Nearest stop: London Bridge
Nearest stop: London Bridge
Nearest stop: Abbots Lane and Hays Galleria
Car parking: No car park at HMS Belfast, but there are many private car parks and metered parking bays in the area.
HMS Belfast is moored between the London Bridge and Tower Bridge. Walk through the Hay’s Galleria, towards the River Thames to reach the entrance of the warship.
Walk through the top-secret corridors of Churchill War Rooms, and get a firsthand experience of what life was like during the Second World War.
The Westminster Abbey is the very heart of London. The abbey has been at the center of British politics, the government, and the British monarchy for the longest time.
The Big Ben is the most famous clock in the world! London is incomplete without the Big Ben, and the Big Ben is incomplete without London.
Visit the House of Parliament,-the very center of British politics, after exploring the Royal Navy warship HMS Belfast.
The Cenotaph is the national monument for the victims of the Second World War. If you want to pay tribute to British martyrs, this is the place to do it.
Tickets for HMS Belfast start from £24.5. This primarily includes access to HMS Belfast. Prices for HMS Belfast may vary based on additional attractions such as Churchill’s War Rooms.
You can purchase tickets for HMS Belfast either online or at the attraction itself. Purchasing tickets online is quick and convenient. You can choose from a variety of ticket offers online as well.
A standard admission ticket for HMS Belfast includes access to all the rooms on the nine decks of the warship, whereas a combo ticket includes a walking tour of attractions such as Westminster, Churchill War Rooms, and House of Parliament.
Currently, there are no skip-the-line tickets available for HMS Belfast.
Your admission ticket for HMS Belfast includes access to all the rooms on the nine different decks of HMS Belfast.
A standard admission ticket for HMS Belfast does not provide access to other attractions. However, your semi-private walking tour tickets include access to HMS Belfast and other attractions such as Churchill’s War Rooms, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament.
A normal admission ticket for HMS Belfast can be canceled 48 hours before the experience for a full refund, whereas the semi-private walking tour tickets can be canceled 24 hours before the experience begins for a full refund.
A typical tour of HMS Belfast, including all the rooms on the nine decks, will take you around three hours.