Apr-Oct: 10am-5pm; Nov-Mar: 11am-4pm; ticket counter 1hr before closing - closed 1 Jan and 24-25 Dec
The masts of HMS Trincomalee (1817), moored at Jackson Dock, tower above the restored quayside. Re-created 19C buildings include a prison for French prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars, a printing workshop and a shipping supply business. Galleries house displays on naval life in the days of the Empire. On the same site is a museum with the remains of a Saxon monastery and a medieval sea port.
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