Do you have to pay for the maritime museum?

Do you have to pay for the maritime museum?

The National Maritime Museum is free, but you must have a timed entry ticket to visit, even if you’re a Member. We recommend booking online in advance to avoid disappointment.

What can visitors see at the National Maritime Museum?

National Maritime Museum Highlights With over 2 million objects ranging from artefacts, maps and maritime memorabilia, to exhibits covering famous battles, shipbuilding and even Napoleon, the sections within the National Maritime Museum are as vast as Britain’s naval history itself.

How much does it cost to get into the Cutty Sark?

Current prices

Location Adult Child
Cutty Sark £15 £7.50
National Maritime Museum Free entry Free entry
Queen’s House Free entry Free entry
Day Pass (Observatory and Cutty Sark) £25 £12.50

Are there tickets to the National Maritime Museum?

The Commonweath Superannuation Corporation (CSC) has partnered with the National Maritime Museum to provide every Defence Force veteran, serving member, and current cadet with a complimentary ticket to the museum.

Is there a newsletter for Falmouth Maritime Museum?

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Why is the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall important?

Your admission fee is reinvested back into the museum to enhance and grow our work, which also includes our family learning activities; our award winning education programmes; our boat building and conservation; and our work to preserve and promote Cornwall’s maritime heritage. We thank you for your support and hope you enjoy your visit.

How does Gift Aid work at National Maritime Museum?

Gift Aid is a simple way to increase the value of your entrance fee to the charity – at no extra cost to you. If you pay tax in the UK, we can reclaim the basic rate tax on your entrance fee, giving the Museum an additional 25%.